Friday, August 25, 2006

Footwear for the Working Woman from Shoebuy

Officewear has always been tricky, especially these days when phrases like "business casual" (what is that anyway?), "semi-business" and "office casual" have been on everyone's lips. So what exactly is appropriate? The way I look at it, no matter how formal or casual your work atmosphere is, dress to not only look good, but also feel good. Nothing sucks the productivity out of a day more than ridiculously painful shoes. Your feet need to support you the whole day, so treat them right, already! Check out some great styles that are perfect for the office (and beyond...) from

Etienne Aigner Cathy Since comfort is always a good thing, try going for some flats for work. These sophisticated pointed-toe kiltie flats by Etienne Aigner are elegant, yet totally '80s chic. Available in Black Calf (shown) or Chocolate Calf in sizes 6-10.

Franco Sarto Linea The Linea by Franco Sarto is the perfect example of a really cute shoe that is a)trendy (retro is so back), b)comfy and c)appropriate. It has a stacked heel and a closed front and back, so it adheres to most office dress codes. Plus, the stamped leather upper and the bow accent add personality to any outfit. Available in Black Croco Calf (shown), Brass Metallic Leather or Coffee Croco Calf in sizes 6-10.

Stuart Weitzman Duorings For a designer who has perfected the art of making shoes for working women, Stuart Weitzman once again delivers a knockout. This smartly tailored slingback in nappa leather is conservative, yet incredibly classy. It has a great silhouette, the perfect heel height, a simple design and of course, Stuart Weitzman's exclusive ultrathin, ultra-flexible rubber sole. What else could a girl ask for? Available in Black Nappa (shown) or Sugar Nappa in sizes 5.5-11 (check width availability).


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