OfficeWear – Fashion without Heels

“Give a girl the right shoes, and she will conquer the world” – Marilyn Monroe

What we dislike about shoe manufacturers is, they think all women want skyscraper heels. The once that pinch your toes and end up hurting nerves of your feet! Establish your own personal style without being pretentious. Our #BossLady doesn’t need high heels. What success takes is confidence that is contagious and self belief that carries you a long way.

Check these work- arounds to heels so you never hurt your feet again:

Feel tall with brogues or loafers:

They can look smarter when the styles are more refined and the leather is dressy. The vamps and the heels of the shoe can be either high or low. You could also try styling your office smart dresses with brogues or loafers for a more preppy look.

Styletag them here:

Cognac Leather Brogues || Green Loafers || Black Loafers


Juxtapose platform shoes:

If you’re looking for something quite clean and minimal, you are recommended to pick up some really simple platform shoes that would enhance your formal dressing.

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Leather Jamie Platform Wedges || Tropez Straps Golden Platform Flats || Sheen Strap Platform Wedges


Check out the 11 Essentials that Every Working Woman Should have in her Wardrobe.

Make the world a runway with low-heeled, calf-length boots:

These kind of boots have loads of personality. Ruched, studded, buckled or strappy, calf length boots come in various styles that you can be worn with a knee length or shorter dress. This mix and match is sure to work.

 

Styletag them here:

Grey Suede Leather Boots || Croc Panelled High Ankle Boots || Tan Leather Boots


Offer attitude with espadrilles:

These light wear flats are ideally compatible with any type and shape of denim pieces, be that skinny jeans, shorts, shirts, skirts, or jumpsuits. Picking bottoms with natural fabrics for matching them with espadrilles is also a good idea. With dresses, they act as nice play pairs. They accentuate your charm and beauty with shirtdresses, straight options, and A-lines are a definite do in this respect. Leather alternatives are also a very cool thing you may opt for. The soft soled shoes bring on a strong summer vibe and look just plain adorable.

 

Styletag them here:

Beige Espadrilles || Black Espadrilles || Silver Rachel Sandals


Sliders help you to be at cloud 9:

Sliding into this season has never been smoother. Sexy and sizzling hot. Its more of fun trying sliders over every single outfit and every single look this summer. If you are a fashion lover, don’t miss to try these. Your feet will feel airy in the sliders. Pair with a cold shoulder top that are all the rage, fitted pants and you’re good to go!

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Add subtle sophistication with lace ups:

Pair colourful lace-up flats with a simple black and white jeans and shirt combo for a chic and easy look. Wear them with a flared skirt or flared midi dress. Here’s a quick tip, if you can’t actually find a pair of lace ups that you like, grab a pair of ribbons and tie them around your ankles.

 

Styletag them here:

Chevron Printed Lace-up Shoes || Riveted Toe Cap Lace-Up Shoes


Nokrekk is a community of strong women. Women, who break the patriarchal stereotypes of the Indian society. Women, who fight fervently, each day and celebrate life as is. Nokrekk is a celebration of this vigour and enthusiasm.


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Anika Sonwani

Hi!!! This is Anika opening up with Nokrekk chapters for working women. While writing for Nokrekk, I got an opportunity to get in touch with the inner working women who faces, relishes and conquers the challenges of life with her inevitable grit. It has been an immense pleasure to explore writing while understanding relationships on different bounds and considerations. Looking forward to an adventurous and interesting journey accompanied with more such write-ups for the working women of today.

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