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I wear a T-shirt, plus a tallit katan, plus a button-down shirt, and I bike to clients' homes. Let's say I want to change into a (clean) tallit katan before entering a non-Jewish client's home.

Is it reasonable to change it while standing in the client's driveway, before ringing the client's doorbell? Or could this look unprofessional?

If the driveway isn't a reasonable choice, then where else can I change it?


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What do you do with your shirt/undershirt? – Shmuel Brin Jun 20 '13 at 6:16
No source, but if he can see you, and this isn't a blue-collar job, it probably isn't too professional. – Shmuel Brin Jun 20 '13 at 6:17
re. the last question - try a local bathroom (kosher restaurant). – Shmuel Brin Jun 20 '13 at 6:17
Related (possible duplicate or merge)… – WTHarper Jun 20 '13 at 15:14

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