STAFF at a Huddersfield store raised charity cash by turning up for work in the wrong trousers.
Employees at Link Telecom in John William Street wore mismatched suits to raise money for the NSPCC children's charity.
Manager Marie Bottomley and employee Stefan Drapan are pictured getting into the spirit of the day.
Staff at the store were joined by workers at eight other Link Telecom branches across Yorkshire in the fundraising event.
For some weeks staff doubled to £4 the usual £2 donation for every phone handed in for recycling and gave £2 instead of £1 for every new phone connection.
Link Telecom operations manager Nigel Hainsworth said the company had set itself a target of raising £100,000 for the NSPCC over the next three years.
The firm distributes NSPCC green wristbands at its stores and staff plan to take charity buckets to Bradford Bulls and Halifax rugby league matches, as well as taking part in sponsored walks and cycle rides.