In this video, a woman can be seen wearing a dress while speaking with her boss.
She wears a white jacket and white skirt.
She speaks into a camera.
The employee is wearing a pink and black skirt, which is a pink dress.
The manager is wearing the same dress.
At the end of the video, the employee talks about how the dress makes her feel.
“You can’t get me to wear that dress.
It’s not cool,” the employee says.
“I have to wear this dress,” she says.
The dress she says makes her uncomfortable is a purple, red, and blue dress.
A female employee, wearing a purple dress, said the dress made her feel like she was being “out of line” and “outcast” for wearing a different color dress.
She says she felt like she needed to “dress like a man” in order to feel comfortable in her workplace.
In another video, another woman can also be seen walking with her friend, dressed in a pink skirt and a white blouse.
The friend said she was in a restaurant in an elevator with a male coworker and a female co-worker.
The coworker is wearing white pants and a pink shirt.
The female co. coworker says she had a difficult time adjusting to the color of her dress.
“It was really awkward,” the female co worker says.
She said the coworker told her, “This dress makes you feel like you’re a woman.”
Another video shows a woman wearing a red, white, and black dress.
This is a white, blue dress with white stripes and red trim.
The woman says the dress is uncomfortable for her because it makes her look “out-of-line.”
“I feel like I’m not comfortable in my own skin.
I’m the opposite of what a woman is supposed to be,” the woman says.
A third video shows another woman wearing red, blue, and white dresses, all of which are white.
The video shows the woman talking to the other woman.
The women are discussing the color scheme of the dress.
They say the dress looks like a white dress and the dress was supposed to look like a black dress, but the color was reversed.
The third video is a clip from a video, which shows a man walking through a mall with a female coworker.
He says the coworkers dress was too “stunning” and the woman was uncomfortable.
“When I saw it I thought it was going to be too sexy.
It was too sexy,” the man says.
When the woman is told to take the dress off, she says she’s afraid that the dress will “come off” her.
“That’s the thing, the dress doesn’t belong to me.
It belongs to you,” the coworking woman says in the video.
Another woman can see a man wearing a white skirt walking with a coworker in a shopping mall.
The worker says that the skirt makes her “feel uncomfortable.”
“You don’t feel comfortable?
I’ll take that skirt off,” the worker says to the coworkor.
“There’s a difference between wearing a skirt and wearing a black skirt,” the male coworkor says.