I was sent home from work for my ‘inappropriate’ dress but I didn’t listen – I think it’s fine | The Sun

MIDWAY through a day at the office, a stylish woman was pulled aside for her sartorial choices.

She was sent home to change, but came right back to work – and she feels justified.


Like most of us, beauty influencer Kedisha McLaughlin (@keddykure) works hard to make ends meet.

The mom-of-two, 33, is an entrepreneur with her own marketing business, but that's not all.

She also has one foot in corporate life – and a seemingly uptight work environment.

McLaughlin posted a video about one office encounter that left her fuming.

Walking into her living room, McLaughlin embodied her best catwalk gait.

As she approached the camera from a distance, a caption onscreen captured her mood.

The sassy strut was meant to evoke "walking back into the office after they sent me home for inappropriate attire," McLaughlin wrote.

Dressed in a honey-colored dress, McLaughlin looked the picture of put-together.

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The pencil skirt sat just above her mid-thigh.

Puffy, translucent sleeves with fabric polka dots added visual interest, while a sweetheart neckline flattered her figure.

Leaning forward to look into the camera, McLaughlin gave a megawatt smile.

She also stuck her tongue out slightly in a barely-perceptible teasing gesture.

The chipper, confrontational attitude won a cry-laughing emoji from a commenter.

McLaughlin didn't think her outfit was at all inappropriate.

It wasn't clear which part was flagged by her colleagues, though she insinuated it was the tight fit.

She chalked the experience up to "working in corporate."

But in the video's description, she issued a threat to her employers present and future.

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"I’ll show you tight since you think that was bad," she warned.

McLaughlin's other videos show she has a fashion-forward wardrobe – in other words, the tools to make good on her threat.

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