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    could you please tell me what "clothes part" means in the following sentence (dress code):

    Team oriented clothes - All staff will wear the same clothes part (e.g. on trade fairs).

    Does it mean that they have to wear the same type, colour or everything?

    Thanks a lot!


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    Re: meaning

    I have never met this as a term. We would either say "uniform clothing" or "matching clothing" to indicate that the booth personnel at a trade must look like a cohesive group.

    If the booth is for clothing of some kind, the company probably will want the team to wear this.

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