You’ve either done it or you’ve seen someone doing one: The dreadful walk of shame. On any given weekend morning, walk-of-shamers can be spotted prowling Ames’ sidewalks, attempting to be as inconspicious as possible— but often the short dresses, heels, messy hair, and smudged makeup gives them away. The truth is, in the bright morning light, walks of shame never go unnoticed. So what can one do to avoid scaring Sunday morning churchgoers? Follow these tips before you end up shamefully stumbling down Lincoln Way carrying the pumps you wore last night.
"Turn the Walk of Shame into a Strut,"
Ethos: Vol. 2011
, Article 6.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ethos/vol2011/iss3/6