Trish: Katie! Katie! What have you done with my nylons!?
Katie: Keep your shorts on, they're right here. Since when do you wear 1)nylons anyway? ①Last I checked you were the 2)slob of all slobs.
Trish: Since I got this new job and can't for the life of me figure out what to wear every day.
Katie: What was wrong with your clothes from the restaurant? They were pretty smart.
Trish: Yeah…for a restaurant. ②But this office job is a different kettle of fish. I can't be wearing mini-skirts and v-necks.
Katie: Good point. What's the dress code?
Trish: That's the thing—I don't know! “Office casual”, that's what they said. But what does that even mean?
Katie: Dunno. Ties? Suits? Uncomfortable shoes?
Trish: Oh my God, you have no idea. ③My shoes are beyond ridiculous. I think my feet want to divorce the rest of my body.
Katie: Why don't you go get some flats?
Trish: Because I want to look chic! Flats are so 3)ho-hum.
Katie: What does it matter? It's just work.
Trish: Well…there's this guy at the office…
Katie: Oh the truth comes out! Do tell.
Trish: There's nothing to tell. He's quite fashionable.
Katie: ④What's that got to do with the price of pig's feet?
Trish: Well, I want to look good, but I also need to look professional. ⑤I just have no idea how to strike a balance.
Katie: What are you gonna wear today?
Trish: I'm thinking that little skirt suit I bought in Shanghai last month. Thoughts?
Katie: Oooh, I like. And you should definitely rock the new shoes we bought last week.
Trish: But my poor feet!
Katie: ⑥Don't give me that. We need form over function here.
Trish: They are really cute.
Katie: Not only that, but they've got the “I'm a career women with attitude” look to them.
Trish: You're right. I know you're right. (Sigh.) Alright, ⑦now make like a banana and split. I need to get dressed.
Katie: I'm gone.
Trish: Wait! Kate! The nylons!
Katie: They're on your bed.