â€œIt was an adorable little outfit,â€ Kirstie Arnold told a reporter. She was describing the outfit that a Kentucky judge called â€œhot pantsâ€ and said was inappropriate for the courtroom.
Warned twice before to dress with more â€œtactâ€ and even fined, Arnold showed up for a hearing in her â€œadorableâ€ little outfit.
The judge was a she, by the way, Janet Booth. This video just cries out for parody.
Implications - The image of professionalism is an important one for any business. A businesses appearance and brand message can make or break the success of that company within any industry. Industries that focus heavily on providing services and products in a traditionally professional way are more likely to instant give off a desirable impression to consumers and the media.
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