How to style flats for the office?
Stumbled in those chic classic black stilettos to office? Yes, we all women have.
We, all working women have both office as well as commuter shoes. But why? The reason is obvious! Classic high heels are to elevate your office look while not-so-pretty yet so comfortable shoes are for commuting to and from work.
Whichever outfit you’re carrying to that important formal meeting, wearing 6-inch heels can make your feet sore. So why not to style your comfortable yet elegant flats all day!
From classic ballerina to dressy sling back flats, ample options are available online as well offline to shop.
Formal outfits with trousers or skirts, flats are the coolest addition and keep your feet happy and joyful. For more crisp formal look, opt flats in nude, black or white colors or go for textured and patterned flats for that stand out glance.
So, here are some of the looks you can try while going to office:
It’s hot and warm outside, nobody wants to drench up in sweat. Pairing knee length skirt with bright colored button down top can be your go to outfit. Just style the look with lace up or nude colored ballerinas to spice the outfit. Don’t be afraid to add more colors to your wardrobe!
Monday blues can be beaten with bold red lipstick with red sling back flats! A comfy summer outfit definitely comprises a light colored mini skirts with some patterned or striped shirt. And a classy tan sling bag to ace this office look.
If you’re someone who doesn’t like to wear skirts to office and denims are your comfortable escape. Then you can pair up a look with a denim shirt with cotton pants or skin-tight trousers for that crisp outfit. Wear leopard printed loafers to keep it chic and cozy.
Spring season totally fails without investing in a good quality turtle-neck. And these turtle-necks are versatile and can be pulled up for both casual as well as formal looks. A simple and clean look with wide-legged pants and a turtle neck and spiked flats to get a minimalist look.
Crushing over boss babe look? Then, blazers are your best friends. Wear them with denims, trousers or even a body-hugging dress will work. Pair these with pretty ballet flats to make your outfit stand out. Elegant yet powerful. Isn’t it?
A pro tip while buying flats for your office:
If you want to settle for classic flats then look for a pair of ballet shoes or low heels sandals in terms of comfort, style and money. Don’t make an investment until and unless you don’t find your comfiest pair.
If you’re someone who wants to enjoy more fashionable flats, then look for more trendier and fancier styles online. Once you’ve searched what you exactly want, you can go window shopping which can help you in making a purchase. Investing into a trendier expensive style can be a little tricky. But, a good pair of shoes never hurt anyone.