3 Classic Shoe Styles for Work

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I’ve narrowed my list of shoes that I will be using for work to these 3 essential shoe styles. The criteria I used to make the list was:

  • Can it go with a majority of my outfits?
  • Is it professional enough for work?
  • Will they be comfortable enough to wear all day long?

So these are the three styles that I feel will be classics for work. I’ve also listed out specific brands that I think make great options for each style.

  • The pump

The day heel from Everlane is a great investment, especially if you plan on wearing it day to day like I do. It’s a perfect height and has a classic style which goes with every outfit.

  • The loafer

Really eyeing these loafers from Everlane, which are kind of a modern take on your classic loafer. Madewell also makes a similar loafer.

If you’re looking for a Gucci – esque loafer, these ones from Sam Edelman are a great option.

  • The ballet flat

I just bought these flats from Zara, which are at a great price! What I love about them is that they have a slight heel and lovely gold detailing.

I’ve heard these Margaux flats are classics as well, but they are quite a hefty investment.

Shout out to Passion Footwear, a brand I recently discovered. They’ve created a convertible heel that can transform into flats, which is such a unique concept for girls on the go!

Also, I know some people like making their outfit a bit bolder by adding color to their minimalist outfits through accessories like shoes. I’m not at the point yet where I feel comfortable rocking this. I’ve gotten my shoes in colors such as black, nude and burgundy so that they don’t clash with outfits and also so that they don’t pop out since I plan on reusing them often.

But in other news Happy Friday, almost the weekend!!!

P.S. Honorable mention goes to these slingbacks. They look just like the Chanel ones, but are considerably lower!

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