Perfumery Douglas in Leeuwarden caused a social media uproar by moving a saleswoman who wears a headscarf to their warehouse so that she is no longer in the shop with clients. The perfumery announced that it will adjust its clothing guidelines.
Pupils of the Stanislascollege in Delft are attending school on Tuesday in crop-tops and hot-pants in protest to the new dress code. The school's director sent a letter to parents stating that students and staff members are not allowed to wear "short shorts/skirts and short shirts".
Amsterdam's city office in Nieuw-West quickly rescinded its no-short-skirts dress code on Wednesday after the media commotion its announcement caused. "Such a ban does not apply", alderman for services Abdeluhem Choho said
Desk clerks working in Amsterdam Nieuw-West are no longer allowed to wear short skirts or dresses to work. The D66 in the Amsterdam city council plans to raise questions about the matter on Wednesday