1. M says:

    These are gorgeous, but NSFW!
    I’m a regular reader, via feedly, and can usually tell by the post title what’s safe to open at work and what’s not– and in my casual office, opening a page with the title “Morning Line” and seeing blouses or blazers wouldn’t cause anyone to raise eyebrows around me. I get that this is a fun post for a friday, but maybe you could give us an idea of what the post contains in the title!

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    • Kate says:


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    • Ally says:

      Maybe you shouldn’t read at work if it’s a problem. I carry my IPod and check favorite blogs on it during lunch. My office wouldn’t be thrilled if they saw me scoping out shopping ideas -regardless of the item- on work time anyway…plus, a lot of the hyperlinks I want to check out are blocked on government computers.

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    • Belle says:

      I specifically chose images that did not have the bras on a model. So I did take into account not wanting someone to walk by and thinking your looking at something you shouldn’t be. I don’t think an image of just a bra is nsfw, but if you do,then I would think being seen looking at any clothing item might be a problem.

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  2. Erika says:

    A picture of a bra is NSFW? Seriously?
    If there had been a half-naked woman in it, I’d agree, but this is rather harmless I think.

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