What to Wear When You’re Sick of High Heels

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We are blessed to finally live in a time where brands and designers offer us an abundance of beautiful and fashionable options that are not high heels. We can have a limitless amount of shoes that not only get us through a long commute or busy day without aches and pains, but can also take us from a work meeting to a dinner party all while looking stylish and chic. 

Over-the-Knee Boots

This trend took over style stars’ and celebrities’ outfits and Instagrams multiple seasons ago, and it’s not going anywhere. It’s the updated, trendy cousin of the classic rider boot, and can be worn to almost any event, whether it’s your afternoon board meeting or date night at a fancy restaurant.

Ankle Boots

The style is one of the few comfortable shoes that are fool-proof to wear with dresses and skirts — long or short, can’t go wrong. Just make sure the silhouette is mildly fitted to balance out the heaviness of the shoe.

Loafers

Loafers are an easy way to look flawlessly sophisticated. They are the perfect work shoe for any business’s dress code, and can seamlessly go from day to night with a party dress and edgy western-inspired accessories — like a warm colored bag, detailed belt, or suede jacket (to make them look like a party shoe instead of a work shoe)

Ballet Flats

Ballet flats have been every Parisian’s favorite flat for literally years (like centuries). To make them look updated, wear a pair with edgy details like thick straps, or make like an Olsen and go for the Chanel-inspired two-toned flat. A mini skirt makes legs extra long, while an all black outfit (preferably in Satin) looks fancy and chic: perfect pairings forfasa party outfit.


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