Earlier this year, June Rivas' boss told her that the way she wore her hair in a ponytail and headscarf was "unprofessional."
How did she handle this questionable decision? Well... you'll just have to see it to believe it.
But yes, June's boss actually said headscarves were "unprofessional" even though the office guidelines state, "No dress code. Just be clean and pressed."
via: FacebookNaturally, she filed a harassment complaint, but her boss responded by creating a new dress code, sending out a memo to employees advising them they couldn't wear ponytails, pigtails, hats, sandals, cleavage, backless clothing, lace, or even "cultural head wraps." She's a gem.
Rivas reported her boss to The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.but in the meantime, she decided to follow the new guidelines — in her own way, of course — and shared it over on Facebook.
In other words, she was just putting her own twist on an already twisted new guideline.
via: FacebookThey didn't say anything about wigs, right?
There's nothing in there against having a little bit of bling.Sweet necklace.
Pretty sure it didn't mention corsets and fake fur either.
via: FacebookBut she didn't stop there. In fact, she was just getting started.
June decided to kick it up a notch.
via: FacebookImagine the look on her co-workers' faces when she came in like this.
There was nothing in there about colored hair...And June absolutely SLAYED with this all-green look.
She must've been feeling pretty inspired, because the cosplay was just getting started.
via: FacebookAny Fantastic Four fans out there? ...no?
That's fine. There are definitely some Bob's Burgers fans here.
via: FacebookPlus, hairnets are actually really cleanly, right?
Beam her up!
via: FacebookNot a Star Trek fan? More of a Star Wars fan? June still has you covered...
This might be the coolest one yet.
via: FacebookJune nailed this Padme Amidala cosplay. That would look good at Comic-Con, let alone in an office setting.