Still though, not all wedges are created for the office. Some things to look for when picking a pair of wedges for workwear:
- Since the heel is a little more casual, pick a shoe with a dressier upper. A classic pump shape or peep-toes will help your heels go further in the office. Keep your wedge sandals for the weekend.
- When it comes to material, choose a wedge that is wood (preferably stained or painted) or covered in same material as the upper. Raffia or woven straw styles are too casual for this use.
- One of the great things about wedges is that you can get away with a lot more in height. So go as high as your heart pleases and your heels can handle.
I love the classic shape of these pumps and the feminine blush color.
These peep-toe Mary Janes are a nice twist on a traditional conservative shoe, but the demure shape make it more than safe enough for the office.
These peep-toes have a great buckle detail and a spring-like color--perfect for a dreary winter day.
I love the straps and colors of this number, but it is still covered enough to be worn into the office with a nice pencil skirt and cardi. Plus, it transitions well to the weekend.
I love the classic shape here, and the rich color + soft suede make this seem super-comfy.
How do you style these without going too casual in the office? Here are some ideas.