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You mean 10cm its too high I think.0
I agree. As an employer I respect people's need to be professional and yet feel comfortable at work. The only reason for a woman to wear 4" heels on the job is the same as it is in public... to attract male attention. That is what after hours personal time is for.
with your smile i don't think anyone would notice the shoes, stunning
Depends on the office and the outfit worn with the heels... hard to visualize...
Depends on the shoe. If it is a plain classy looking shoe then the 4' wouldn't be to bad but if you walk like a calf in them then they are never appropriate. For office it is a bit more professional to stick with 3' and under. Unless of course you are a boss trying to intimidate male coworkers who are tall ;-)
hmm, i personally wouldn't go 4 if I'm working for a long time. i think 3 is fine, or id just wear something flat but classy.
Personally I wear no more than a 3" heel in my office.. And I also keep a very comfy pair of flats available should my feet start crying out! :)
Mind you, I am 5' 10" so anything higher than 4" tends to look rather ridiculous.
Oh, and you may care to take note that I do consider myself, at the age of 25, to be an "office professional" as I happen to own my businesses.. I would therefore very much like to know at WHAT age you consider to be acceptable to become an "office professional"
No they are not
Nope I'm a fan of power moves. But don't wear them on an interview.
Nah, I wouldn't think so.
Only if you can't walk in them
Yes and mainly for security reasons.
Not to me.
4 inch heels are alright for work in an office setting.
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