A reader wonders how to dress after a recent medical procedure.
I work in a corporate environment which traditionally has been formal, but over the years there has been a greater shift toward business casual and away from suits. Recently I had an accident that required a medical procedure, and I’m wearing a visible bandage. Should I try to hide it with more clothing, nominally “cover” it with something see-through, or just bare my injury for all to see? — Sharon, New York and London
This is the sort of question that sounds simple — what’s the big deal about a bandage? — but actually touches on all sorts of
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