After filming all of one episode and part of a second, however, the producers decided that Shepherd was not right for the part, and she was dismissed.
No footage of Shepherd as Peel is known to have survived.
The producers scrambled to replace her and gave the job to Diana Rigg; the Shepherd episodes were subsequently re-filmed.
The character was notable for a number of characteristics.
However, what we wear in the office has rapidly changed in recent years and it is continuing to develop around us.
During the early 1900’s, formal ladies suits were accepted as the standard office ‘uniform’ for women, as the plain materials and neutral colours complimented the conservative tone of the office.
Sarah Jones, the former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader who was also a teacher and admitted to sleeping with a 17-year-old high school student, narrowly dodged jail time this week.
But when you begin to factor in a person’s choice of clothing, the stakes are even higher. and London professional services firm Pricewaterhouse Coopers, the old adages of ‘dressing for success’ and ‘dressing for the job you want, not the one you have’ are quickly becoming redundant – or are they?
Many companies are making a move towards a more relaxed, ‘smart casual’ office dress code through the introduction of the concept of ‘dress down Friday’s’.
‘Smart casual’ has provided much more flexibility and variation in what people can wear to work.
“We still haven’t been on our first date yet,” Jones giggled to The Daily on Thursday.
“My parents are against it,” Jones told The Daily about the relationship.