We all know how exhausting office hours can get. Juggling calls and clients, walking to and from meetings and then office parties you can’t get out of – all of this in heels? Quite a torture for your feet, don’t you think? Nevertheless, it doesn’t have to be this way. You can ease the exhaustion of your work life and still maintain your style quotient by wearing footwear that is super comfortable and office-attire-approved: wedge heels.
Wedge heeled shoes are the holy grail of comfortable fashion. With a heel that runs the length of the foot, wedge heels support your frame much better than other kinds of heels. They also come in various heel heights, and make every woman look great.
- This gorgeous pair of wedge heels is a statement piece, a must-buy for all those women who often have to hop on to a cocktail scene after work. With beautiful cutwork, sophisticated colour, and a high heel, this shoe can easily be worn in office. Pair it with a navy sheath dress, and a golden flat purse. Accessorize with soft gold earrings and rings.
- For all those days when you want to stun in a saree, this is the perfect pair. Not too sparkly, just with the right amount of embellishment, these wedges will complement most of your traditional outfits. While sarees look great with wedges, you can also pair these with long kurtas, leggings, and ethnic pants.
- This pair of wedges heels is a great combination of a neutral colour and a floral print. The shiny straps make the shoe look less boring, and more fun. Pair these with cropped, tapered pants, and white shirt. Run a theme with your outfit by wearing a breezy floral scarf. Minimal accessories will work best with this outfit.
- For all those days when work is too hectic and you’re just one step away from walking barefoot. This pair of platform sandals is a stress-reliever for your feet. Comfortable and cute, these can be worn on most all office wear outfits. Wear it with a t-shirt dress and top your outfit with a slightly longer double-breasted blazer. Casual and professional at the same time, eh?