Update: As of May 15, 2010, 74 of you had voted on the poll attached to the original post I wrote on this subject in January. Of those, 72 (97 percent) chose the answer, “Absolutely! Yes, please.” So only 2 of the 74 cast a “No” vote. That begs the question: What monkey came up with the rule that one should NEVER wear pantyhose with open-toe high heels?
I like it when you agree with me. Good job with that.
Thank you to those who wrote comments about my January post, “Why not pantyhose with open-toe high heels?”
I try to be relevant, if not compelling, in this blog — hoping to get more of you involved in it. I really thought more of you would weigh in about pantyhose with dress sandals because my research showed that so many women absolutely believe this is a fashion no-no.
Well, of the whole six (yeah, six) comments I got about my post in January that it’s not only OK, but really sexy, to wear pantyhose with open-toe high heels, all of them were positive. Men and women agreed.
But while I wrote in the first sentence of this post that I like when you agree with me, seriously, it’s OK if you have a different opinion. The content in this blog is open to debate.
I would just like to know why so many women believe it is wrong to wear pantyhose with open-toe dress shoes. I think women everywhere believe they should never do this, but I’ve never heard anyone explain why?
Just look at the attached photo (you can expand it by clicking on it). I dare anyone to say that pantyhose should not be worn with open-toe high heels.
And for those who say that it is unsightly for the (delicate little) seam across the toes to show, I say that that is actually kinda sexy.
Let the debate continue!