Batik is out, ‘corp shirts’, baju kurung/headscarf and baju Melayu are in for Johor civil servants


File pic of Baju Melayu Teluk Belanga

JOHOR BARU: Johor civil servants will no longer have to wear batik shirts on Sundays following a new dress code directive from the state government.

Instead of batik, the new circular issued states they should wear their “corporate shirts” every Sunday, according to a  statement from the Johor Secretary’s Office.

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