At no point does Dvorak consider that women could actually wear clothes that would make them warm in the office. Instead, the emphasis is on the faults of men.
Dvorak writes that women "actually dress for the season — linens, sundresses, flowy silk shirts, short-sleeve tops — changing their wardrobes to fit the sweltering temperatures around them. And then there are the men," she complains, "stalwart in their business armor, manipulating their environment for their own comfort, heaven forbid they make any adjustments in what they wear."
|An air conditioner|
"Air conditioning is another big, sexist plot," she explains, continuing, "Setting the temperature to suit men is wrong in ways that go far beyond summer fashion."
Men need to take a chance and change. "Come on, men, be bold," she writes.
Dvorak concludes, "I’m talking short suits. They’re adorable! Plus, we’d all love to see your knees, guys."