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Wearing High Heels with Bare Legs

Whether or not to wear high heels with bare legs has long been a debate amongst women, especially women who wear heels to work. In most cases, wearing business attire such as a pencil skirt with heels and bare legs is a definite no-no. It’s often seen as classless and unprofessional, and it can even seem borderline inappropriate, depending on the workplace.

 

Women wear heels with bare legs all the time, though, don’t they?


Still, many women argue that stockings or leggings either ruin your look or make you appear too old fashioned. Then there’s the argument that only young women, such as teenagers or women in their twenties and thirties, should choose to wear heels with bare legs. Whatever your stance on the matter, the reality is, wearing heels with bare legs can be downright sexy, and at times, completely necessary.

 

For many women, the determining factors aren’t always age and the distaste for stockings. Instead, the heel you choose to wear is what often makes or breaks this casual, controversial look. Of course, going to the beach or wearing that little black dress out to dinner isn’t an issue, but if you work in a professional setting or are attending certain types of formal occasions, you should be cautious when it comes to bare legs and high heels.

 

If you want to forgo leggings or stockings, opt for a conservative heel or choose one that doesn’t have an open toe or open back design. This is especially the case if you work in an office setting. The idea is to show as little skin on your feet as possible if you are already baring skin by showing your legs. To nail the bare-legs-and-heels look, keep these things in mind as you select your shoe wardrobe.

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