Fortunately times have changed: men have been socialized to expect women not to dress like them, though it's also OK if we do. We confidently wear dresses, sweaters, pants, skirts, suits, open-toe shoes, heels, hues that flatter and colored nail polish. Or, dark suits and flat closed-toe shoes — if we choose. We should wear what presents the best image and embrace the expression of our personalities through appropriate clothing. And appropriate is the key word. What works in a nightclub — curve-hugging mini skirts and plunging necklines — may turn heads, but it seldom brings professional respect. Save sultry and provocative for off-hours.