A stylish lawyer guestposts, sharing her secret to the perfect commuting shoes.
Sure, we all know what basics professional women are supposed to have in their closets, but if you’re buying one for the first time or replacing one you’ve worn into the ground, it can be a pain to find exactly the right incarnation in stores. In “The Hunt,” we search the stores for a basic … Read More about The Hunt: Work-Appropriate Wedges
I’m really into wedge heels this season, and I like this reasonably-priced shoe from Naturalizer. I like the plain black leather one, myself, but the Naturalizer site has them in a black and gray croc pattern, Amazon and Zappos both have them in a brown croc, and Piperlime has them in a lovely wine. They’re … Read More about Coffee Break – Ashby Wedge Pump
Remember that Elvis Costello song, The Angels Wanna Wear My Red Shoes? Well, they would if you were wearing these. Love the rich look to this red suede. The heel height is reasonable (just over 2″) and the strap across the vamp makes it nice and walkable. I’d wear it with a dark brown pant, … Read More about Coffee Break – Eureka Wedge
Corporette commenters have sung the praises of these $30 wedges for a while (including today), but I don’t think we’ve ever featured them properly on the site. To hear the commenters tell it: They’re comfortable. They’re versatile. (And they come in purple suede, which you know I love.) They’re $30 at Target.com. Women’s Merona® Myka … Read More about Coffee Break: Myka Suede Wedge Shoes
The problem is that for my pants to look good with heels, they are too long to wear with the comfy flats/cute sneakers I wear for the commute and drag on the dirty streets.
About a week and a half ago, we asked a pivotal question: at what point does a high heel become TOO high for work? As always, the poll is still open, but the initial results are in: – 44% of readers said a medium heel height was most appropriate for work — 3.5″ being the … Read More about Poll Results: Towering Heels