One Third Of Men Want Woman To Stop Wearing Revealing Outfits To Work Because It’s Distracting
Hearing the rhythmic walking of high hells and seeing a skin-tight pencil skirt may sound like heaven in an office, but a new study shows that one third of men want women to stop wearing such revealing outfits to work.
Men found some clothes more unacceptable than others, with 32 percent disapproving of hotpants, while 30 percent believe anything with leopard print should be banned.
See-through, or “sheer” tops were deemed inappropriate by 27 percent of men, while 24 percent named miniskirts and 22 percent low cut tops.
Most women are in agreeance, as 67 percent of women say tiny shorts should be banned from the workplace, while 52 percent believe miniskirts are unprofessional.
We, at Elite, don’t think it’s okay to impede the rights of women to wear what they want in the workplace. If a woman chooses to wear a pencil skirt and an oxford shirt with the top 6 buttons unbuttoned, then she’s going to get to wear it, dammit! This is America!
Stephen Willard | Elite.