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So you really have to know your office to see if you’re breaching the etiquette rules that may apply to your office culture.
I would put other questionable items, like capris, denim, items cut like denim (with 5 pockets), yoga pants, leggings, tall boots, sequins, and more, into the “these items are really intended for other purposes than working.” Most of these clothing items have a sporty genesis — they were originally introduced for vacationing, or golfing, or yoga, or dancing, or horsebackriding, or more.
Even though you see them all over television and movies (and in most offices), at some point in the past 50-100 years someone said, “Do I want to see your (possibly very gross) toes at the office?
NO.” The same theory is behind bare legs and bare arms — at some point, it’s too much exposed skin, and to many older business people that “point” of too much exposure begins with bare arms and legs.
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I would not put red lipstick on that list, though — and in fact I’d tell you to rock it out — so let’s explore some more.
I would put things like “peep toes, bare arms, bare legs” into the “etiquette breach” category.
I know that I pull off the lipstick – I often get compliments on it, and I’m usually assumed to be older than I am by the way that I carry myself, lipstick or no.