Good Morning America
has been talking a lot lately about women wearing pantyhose to work. The discussion was sparked by a story about a boss who required his female employees to wear pantyhose to work. It seems few employers have that policy any longer. Being over 40, I didn't even realize this was a controversial issue. When I started working, you simply didn't bare your legs at work. Even now, when I have to dress professionally
(which isn't very often), I wear them. Well, not anymore!
I'm not really uncomfortable in hose, although I know many women are, but I get annoyed every time I have to throw away a pair that has snags or runs. It's irritating to spend money on something that lasts such a short time. If you think about it, pantyhose serve no real purpose. It's not like they provide much coverage your legs are still in plain view when you're wearing them. What do you think about wearing pantyhose? Take my poll and post your comments below.
More About Dressing for Work:
Clothes Make the Man (or Woman)
Dressing Professionally When You Have To
Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Get Dressed for a Job Interview