Architectural, witty, interesting heels are a trend right now — but are they appropriate for all offices? Let’s discuss.
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Pictured above: All Saints / Ferragamo / Chloe / Kat Maconie
As a reminder, these are some of the wackier heels we’ve featured lately. The metal stiletto of the All Saints heel caused a bit of controversy in the comments — there were many who really, really did not like the look.
The same can be said for the Chloe shoes, and the booties — people liked them but for the heels.
That said, these are some of the more sedate but interesting heels for work I’m seeing — some of the wilder ones include these:
Pictured above: Fendi / Katy Perry / Jeffrey Campbell // Katy Perry / Loewe / Saint Laurent
What are your thoughts, readers? If SOME are appropriate, but not all, where do you think the boundary lines are (beyond “being able to walk in it”)?
For my $.02: I would argue that the ones at top are at least grounded more in office attire (“work heel with a twist!” kind of things), whereas the bottom shoes are a bit farther flung.
(The Loewe collection is a lot of fun to look at, fwiw – in addition to roses like above, they’re using nail polish bottles, lipstick, and a bar of soap for the heel shape.)