Monday, September 26, 2016

Five Essential pumps for Work

Classic Pumps for Work

So, it is Work wear Monday and the topic for discussion on the blog today is; "Work shoes" with emphasis on pumps. It is very important for the working lady to build a classy shoe wardrobe because shoes do elevate an outfit. When picking the right shoes for work, comfort and style should be of great consideration and then comes color. The classic nudes which you can find in various shades and animal prints are great neutrals for work.

Work Shoes

                                  After hours/happy hour option

Women's FlatsWomen work-out shoes
Work Shoes
Variation in style from the classic pumps would be the sling backs and the Mary-Janes and since comfort cannot be over emphasized, flats should not be ruled out. Your level of comfort in shoes depends on your tolerance with heel heights but you can always relax at work when you have a cute pair of flats stored somewhere under your desk or in your purse for those times when your feet need a break. If high heel pumps are not your shoes of choice for work, then you have to have a nice array of comfortable flats.
In order for work flats not to appear too frumpy and casual for work, go for nice details on the flats like bows and cute silhouette or shapes like pointed toe pumps and most importantly, comfortable soles because flats can sometimes be as uncomfortable as heels. If you are the type that goes to work out in the gym directly after work, then ensure your work-out shoes are as comfy and chic as your work/office shoes because you never know when you'll run into a client or co-worker after work hours. So, ladies do you have a comfy, classy and chic "shoes closet" for work? If no, it might just be time to do some closet editing and shopping.
Thanks so much for stopping by


  1. I teach in heels although lately I've been sporting flats. I like the bow detail best. Happy Monday.

  2. A great pair of shoes its a must in my closet


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