I’m no pioneer in the field of comfort but I am one of those people who wear sneakers to work and change into dress shoes once I get into the office. A lot of people do it and it makes a lot of sense.
I don’t need dress shoes at home very often and sneakers are more comfortable to commute in. I thought those were pretty much the two reasons to wear sneakers to work but I was proven wrong the other day. I saw someone wearing a button-down dress shirt tucked into khaki pants (with a belt), running shoes, listening to music, running around downtown Boston around 5:00 in the afternoon. After thinking about it for a week, I’ve come to several possible conclusions:
One morning I walking to work from the subway in Boston’s Financial District. As I arrived at one particular intersection, I saw a lean business man who was wearing sunglasses