Say no to high heels at workplaceSay no to high heels at workplace

Women in Japan have started an online movement against workplace dress codes which have made wearing high heels obligatory for women.

Despite the fact that both men and women are believed to wear suits when chasing for a job, heels are the de facto dress code for working women in Japan, as flats are usually frowned upon for females, reports Japan Today.

The hashtag #KuToo on Twitter had obtained its composition style from the #MeToo movement.

The #MeToo movement began inclining in October 2017 as a hashtag via social media demonstrate the prevalence of rape cases and sexual harassment, especially in the workplace.

#KuToo is a blend of the Japanese words for shoe (kutsu) and pain (kutsuu).

Twitterati’s are now calling for an adjustment in formal clothing standards for women in Japan.

Twitter users have expressed rage at the socially established routine of wearing heels during work.