By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – A new dress code established by São Paulo City officials is forcing taxi drivers across the city to wear slacks, buttoned down work shirts and dress shoes when working the city streets. Women drivers are required to wear skirt or pant suits.
The city’s ordinance prohibits the wearing of sports or sleeveless shirts, shirts with logos on it, shorts, jeans and sports trousers, as are tennis shoes, men’s sandals or clogs. Also not allowed to be worn by taxi drivers on duty are jackets or hats with . . .