We’re way too casual at 42nd and Treadmill to have such rules, but that’s the nature of the business.
I wonder, though, if there exists some sort of threshold beyond which open-toed shoes are simply inappropriate. Perhaps Secretary of State: I checked my small archive of Condi Rice photos, and there’s only one series in which she’s wearing anything sandal-like — and it dates from after she left office. (Nor can I imagine Hillary Clinton in anything other than simple monochrome almost-flats.)
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