Woman hits back at colleague who called her outfit inappropriate

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Woman hits back at colleague who called her outfit inappropriate

A woman was left fuming when one of her male colleagues complained that her outfit was “inappropriate” for the office.

The TikTok user, known as Miz, decided to get the man back by wearing another ensemble that showed off her tattooed legs to work.

“The last time I got my legs out at work someone in the office told my manager that my outfit was inappropriate,” she began her TikTok video, The Sun reported.

“It was a man. So, is it the tattoos? I don’t know. But there another girl who always gets her legs out. Is she inappropriate? Is it just me? So I’m going to rile it up today and get my f***ing legs out.

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“Because my body is not inappropriate just because I have legs.”

She then showed the dress she was planning to wear – a figure-hugging black mini dress with a high neck.

“This is the dress, see it’s cute!” she gushed.

“Normally, if I was to go out wearing this, I’d pull it up to here,” she said, pulling it to her upper thigh.

“But for the sake of this man’s feelings, and I don’t know who the man is, my boss wouldn’t tell me, I won’t do that today.

“It was even at the point where my boss was like, ‘I don’t have a problem with your outfit, but he just thinks it’s inappropriate.’

“Such a man! You’re inappropriate for thinking that my outfit’s inappropriate.

“Why are you looking at me? You probably have a wife and kids at home. Suspect.

“I have woken up today choosing office violence and I don’t know why. But it’s just rude.

“They can f**k off in my opinion. And in anyone’s opinion who thinks they can tell a girl how to dress!”

Miz then showed her final outfit – pairing the dress with a denim jacket, chunky boots and a black bag.

“Inappropriate dress to rile up gross office men,” she captioned her video.

“Keep us updated on if this man says anything about the dress,” one person commented on the video.

“Why he’s even looking is a question! You can wear what you want.”

“Been there,” another added. “They’ve got me to the point where I wear scrubs to work. Whenever my body is out people object.”

As a third wrote: “I’m not allowed to wear dresses or skirts at my job, because I ‘might climb a ladder’ – I’m not.”

This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission

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