One specific outfit that women wear to the office is the skirt suit. A skirt always looks best with a two inch or higher heel, but is still pretty with smaller heels. If, however, you love the look of a high heel, but hate the feel of a stiletto, you can go with a wedge shoe and have the best of both worlds. The wedge shoe is built to support the arch of the foot, a huge bonus when you have to be on your feet for much of the day. Add a small platform to the toe of the shoe, and the wedge shoe will be so comfortable you’ll think you’re wearing flats.
Several brands of wedges are a little more daring and still manage to look fantastic with suits for a professional office. One particularly lovely shoe is the black patent “safari” style from Anne Klein. While being a typical Mary Jane cut shoe, they have a certain flair that makes the shoe a little sexy, while still being functional. It’s this unique quality that defines wedge shoes; the ability to look fantastic while also being very comfortable. This particular style is just the beginning of styles available.
Another style of wedge shoe is a little like an ankle boot but is more appropriately called a shoe instead of boot. These particular shoes, by Moschino, look really fantastic when worn with a pant suit. Because they aren’t quite a boot, they can be worn in spring, winter and the fall. This different shoe style is an illustration of the many varieties of shoe that are available in wedge shoe styles.
Variety is the hallmark of the wedge shoe. It’s timeless qualities since the introduction by Salvatore Ferragamo makes these shoes one of the best choices for the office or anywhere else.
There are hundreds of reasons to wear a basic black wedge shoe to the office. They give great support to the foot. They’re comfortable to wear for long periods of time. They are available in many styles and they are always stylish. But the most important reason is that they look fantastic on a woman’s foot.