Last week MP called for a ban on work dress codes requiring women to wear high heels stating it was gender discrimination, and that they cause physical damage.
The quest for finding comfortable shoes inevitably bumps into the case of Heels vs Flats. Out for the evening in your palanquin with chairmen to hoist you around? Go for the heels. But we applaud low heels and comfort to get through the day, especially if you are plagued with foot problems. Let us know what you think.
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