Business Casual Shoes

Hey ladies!

Since when are stripper shoes acceptable office wear? Yes, I am being intensely judgmental. But this is serious, as I take shoes very seriously. I am constantly shocked by the lady business shoe with the four inch heels and one inch platform. As we move into winter, I am less angered by the craziness I see below the ankles of the Midtown ladies, but still…it’s not okay.

Anyway, I say this in advance of a big work-related party tonight because I am going to be on the lookout for all these scary work-inappropriate shoes, and I am going to make a list of all of them, and then tell you about how much I hate them.

  1. I am on this bandwagon with you… comfortable shoes all the way. How could they run in the event of a photocopier-based disaster?

    • Haha! Exactly.
      There were so many inappropriate shoes last night, and some crazy outfits. The invite said “business casual” which some people took to mean “prom.” So great.

      • *shudder* I’m looking forward to that list, by the way… 😉

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