HomeOutfits By Style TypesClassy ChicWomen’s Shoes to Wear to Office Work Job Choosing the type of shoes to wear to the office is a little tricky. You don’t know which one you’d prefer – comfort or style. But here are a few office shoes that you need inside your work wardrobe, ensuring you’re always one step ahead. Kitten heel is a short, slender and curvy heel. It is usually around 1.75 inches to 2 inches. Walk around the office in style and comfort with a pair of low-heeled pumps. You can wear anything with kitten heels, for instance, this gorgeous black romper. Just throw in a fitted blazer and some accessories, and you’re good to go. Strappy sandals are sometimes trickier when you pair them with your office wear. If your workplace is casual, it is appropriate to wear one, while if you work at a more formal company, closed shoes are your best options. Choose strappy sandals that are black, white or nude as they are quintessential, will give a classy look and can be worn even paired with jeans. Wearing stilettos to work depends upon your company’s dress policy. High heels can always make a woman feel more confident, but wearing very high ones is not very work-friendly. If you really want to wear your favorite pair of stilettos, ensure that the heel is no more than 4 inches. Choose a pair that isn’t too flashy and bright. Choose stilettos with personality so it would also show off with your signature style. An open-toe shoe is a shoe where there’s an opening around the toes. They are commonly in slingbacks. pumps, boots or any type of dress shoes. Nobody said peep toe heels are inappropriate and unprofessional, but if you decide on wearing them, you need to make sure that your toenails are well-groomed. Mary Jane shoes were originally designed for children back in the day. They have that style where the strap goes around the top portion of the foot. You could wear them with whatever look you’re going for because the style is very versatile – from colorful dresses to jeans to business suits, etc. Some even pair them with stockings or socks. It usually depends on what look you’re going for. There are Mary Jane shoes in flats and platforms. It could look very formal and professional if you chose the right colors, like black, white, nude or any dark colors. Heels aren’t always practical during a typical work week. Sometimes, you feel like you’ve overwork them and it’s obvious that you need to let them rest. If your job involves running around the office, opt for a stylish flat. Invest in a good pair of Italian or handmade flats. Oxford shoes are laced-up shoes with low heels. They are traditionally formal shoes with a toe cap but now, there are many different forms (like boots, pumps, pointed, wedges, etc) that evolved as the years go by. It’s timeless and handy, certainly a must-have for every woman’s closet. When wearing oxfords, choose neutral tones that goes with whatever outfit you choose. They are one of the comfiest choices you could wear to the office. Loafers are a less casual type of slip-on shoes, but can also be dressier with little or no details. They are shoes that don’t need to be fastened or laced, hence, the term “slip-ons”. Styles of these shoes have evolved over the years. Now, they’re available for men, women and children. Wear loafers that are flats or with heels. Go for brown, black, gray or white pairs. While loafers are shoes with no fastening or laces, monk shoe is a type of shoe with buckles or straps. These shoes are known to be the “most advanced” dress shoe, but these days, they’re no longer just formal dress shoes. You can wear them with jeans to suit pants. Wearing monk shoes are perfect for that sharp or casual, relaxed or business wear. Chelsea boots is a great addition to everyone’s wardrobe. These are boots that are close-fitting with an ankle length. They are elasticized around the sides where you could just slip them on and off easily. Men usually wear them because it has a raw, leather look. You can wear these with anything as well (from skirts to trousers), as they go in different variations (wedge form, flat form, skinny heels, chunky heels, etc). Black Chelsea boots fit well with whatever ensemble you choose, while brown and other neutral Chelsea boots give out a more casual vibe. No-no shoes to wear to the office include sandals, platforms and party heels.