The 9 Types of Shoes Every Working Woman Should Own
Classic Black Pumps
No other shoe is as timeless as the black pump. They're discreet enough for day-to-day wear without compromising sophistication.
Similar to black pumps, nude ones are equally classic. They work with just about any outfit, and, bonus, they give the illusion of longer legs.
Menswear-inspired shoes (whether they're brogues, Oxfords, loafers, or bluchers) offer the same degree of polish and sophistication sans the aching arches.
The elegant delicate straps project a level of formality that not only work for the office, but also for after-hour drinks and evening events.
In for a long commute? Slip on comfortable d'orsay flats that are still polished enough to be seen at the office.
Dressy Slip-On Sneakers
These aren't your average gym-worn trainers. When you're on the move, swap out stilettos for fancy sneaks.
During hot-weather days, trade in your black pumps for wedged espadrilles—the chic black straps elevate the casual jute rope sole.
Don't let your style fall victim to Mother Nature. Keep a pair of chic rain boots under your desk in case of last-minute flash rainstorms.
A Wild Pair
In the shoe realm, sometimes the aesthetic trumps practicality. For trendier workplaces, kick up your style quotient with super-chic statement heels that are meant to be ogled.