Wednesday, September 10, 2014

When is Open-Toed Footwear a No-no?

Open toes shoes are surely one of the go to shoes of ladies especially during summer. It’s trendy, it’s sexy plus it let your newly painted toe nails take the spotlight. Aside from that, open toe pumps are also easy to wear and can be paired of with almost any outfit for casual or semi formal events.

A no-no list For Open Toe Shoes

However, no matter how cute or adorable your open toe shoes are, there will still be days or situations that will require you to kick it off and switch to something more appropriate.

If you’re one of the women who are wondering when are open-toed shoes a no-no, read on below and find out for yourself.

Job Interviews

There will be times when peep toe shoes may seem too casual on a formal setting. When you’re applying on a company where you’re required to wear business attire, remember to skip those peep toe pumps and go for more appropriate closed shoes.

This is especially true if you’re applying for jobs in banks, offices and other executive setting. Jobs in advertising, interior design or events may not require formal wear but remember to keep your wholesale shoes neat and stylish during interviews.

The shoes you wear will surely be a part of people’s first impression of you so it’s always better to err on the side of caution and wear your best formal shoes. A pair of neatly polished dress shoes, preferably in black color, always looks good if you really want to get the job and be hired during your interview.

During fall/winter season


Open toe shoes technically have a season. Unlike other footwear, it is best advised to put on open toed shoes during dry and warm days which can span from the month of May to late September. After these months, you might want to consider putting your open toe shoes back inside a storage box and push it to the farthest corner of your closet.

On the other hand, fall and winter season is the best time to wear your ankle boots or knee high boots. When it’s not practical to risk having frost bite with your open toe shoes, women’s boots can surely keep you warm and comfortable wherever you go. 

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