I'm a busy worker-bee today and thus unfortunately don't have the time to opine at length over the horrendous powder blue pencil skirt or the five-inch cherry-red faux patent leather slingbacks I saw on two separate but equally offensive women on my way back from lunch.
What I can do in lieu of critiquing this and railing against that, however, is finally post something I've been meaning to share with you all for some time now:
Warning: these beats and suggestive lyrics will make you regret slipping off those heels before you stepped out of the office -- each one of these gems was made for fierce female strutting, not bowlegged, little girl flip-flip-flopping.
"Baby Did a Bad Thing" by Chris Isaak
"Downtown" by Peaches
"Sharp Dressed Man" by ZZ Top
"Panama" by Van Halen
"The Girl's Attractive" by Diamond Nights
"Devil Inside" by INXS
And my shout-out to the mitten-state:
"Seven Nation Army" by the White Stripes