It’s been awhile since I’ve done Shoes-day Tuesday hasn’t it? (Well technically it’s Monday night, but let’s not split hairs) I have some new shoes to showcase, but I don’t like the outfit I paired them with so you’ll have to wait until next time I drag them out of my closet
Speaking of my closet, when I did my shoe purge about a month ago, I rediscovered some Ann Marino strappy two-tone sandals. I was on the fence if I should keep them or toss them and figured, they were a good heel height for work.
And wouldn’t you know, the last time I showed them here on the blog, I also mentioned how well suited they were for work. I guess they just “speak” conservative-work-shoe to me, though in reality they aren’t all that uber plain and boring.
So without further ado, here’s me and the shoes:
This is what I’d call comfy-casual work wear, not something I’d wear on a meeting day. The skirt is Max Studio and I have no idea what the sweater is – it’s just old!
Close up of the shoes:
See, business-y, no?
Speaking of shoes and work, last Thursday I decided last minute to swap the shoes I was going to wear with some nude strappy sandals with a narrow heel. Big mistake. Huge. While I was walking down the hallway, I totally bit it. First time I’ve ever fallen at work, which is a wonder with how slippery the floors are. Luckily no one really saw, but I have two giant bruises on my knees. It should be noted that during my not-so-graceful fall, I managed to hold my coffee upright and not spill a drop. Silver lining, people
Come on, when’s the last time you bit it?
What makes a shoe conservative to you? Do these fit the conservative work shoe category?