If your employer insists upon you wearing high heels,
… look for another job! Or, better still, go self-employed. There’s nothing as blissful as donning flats, day in and day out! And if, like me, you once aspired to be a ballerina – and now have arthritis, gout and everything else that could go wrong with your feet, then flats are a necessity!
And, besides anything else, then they look fab – and you can walk for miles in them ……
Like the look? Look no further than your local supplier of Clarks, for the leathered versions. As for the plimsolls, go for New Look or Shoe Zone. Prefer the blue/green trainers? Try your luck with TK Max!
Okay, so perhaps none of these are your preferred work wear. But, who wants to work for others, if it entails cramping your style (and your toes)?
And, let’s face it, why do any of us require high heels to strut our stuff? Don’t our bums stick out anyway?
Why do we need heels to show off the round bits that all of us, male and female, and any gender on the spectrum inbetween, already have?
Copyright owned by Jay Cool, October 2019
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