While Christians are trying to keep men away from pictures of naked ladies in Indiana, Moslems in Teheran are trying to prevent women from showing too much leg: open-toed sandals are banned, as is visible nail polish. CBS' Elizabeth Palmer went clothes shopping with a group of Iranian women to illustrate just what, precisely, are this season's fashion faux pas--"bright colors disappear and hemlines drop"--in the eyes of the religious police. Palmer confessed that "as a western reporter in Iran I had to play it safe wearing the most basic of black models." She asked her fellow shopper: "You would never wear this?" "No. Never and ever. Oh my God. Sorry this is ugly."
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