No dress code per say, but now QC stores have to follow stupid MAPAQ regulations by wearing hair net, no jewelry and no nails done....
There isn’t an actual uniform. We receive aprons on our first day. It’s encouraged to wear black just because it doesn’t clash with the other colours in store and looks a little more professional.
The dress code was constantly changing which was confusing for staff.
It's thinking a special work velue symbol....
Colours at daves are beautiful teal and aqua colours with white lettering they set the mood for a very friendly atmosphere
Whatever you want as long as it was presentable, and the shirt or cardigan (now apron)
Simple and very easy going!!