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Limits and Restrictions


While I on my back to work, after hitting up the bank and a Second Cup, I came to the final crosswalk and spotted a girl in what I consider 4 inch heels. They were quite high. We’re going through some freezing rain and I could only imagine her falling on her itty-bitty bum:

 

But I’m just wondering, where does the line become crossed when it comes to work appropriate footwear?

I mean, I wear heels too! But what should be considered a restriction – height restriction – on women’s shoes?

Let’s weigh in your opinions, do you have a thought to share? Are you for or against this thought? Let me hear what you have to say.

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2 thoughts on “Limits and Restrictions

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