Rated S OOTD: Corporate Monday
It’s Corporate Monday! The start of a fresh week at work. Give it a kick start by wearing your best showing your boss and/or clients your professional look. Although I have discussed wearing brighter colors at work this spring and summer season not everyone is fortunate to do so depending on your work environment. Try staying within the neutral to black tones and incorporating pops of color in your accessories as I have done here in my shoes. You may also opt for a closed toe shoe if your office forbids open toes.
By: Ms. J
A d’Orsay style woman’s shoe is where the vamp of the shoe is cut away very close to the toe box, and the sides are open, revealing the arch of the foot. Would you believe that this shoe design was originally made for men? It was named after 19th century artist Count Alfred d’Orsay, who wanted a shoe to accommodate his wide feet. He then requested for the sides of his shoes to be cut down, which is now used for women’s shoes today. This style of shoe is a classic shoe that can be worn with anything. Not only are these classically made in pumps, but they are now made in flats.
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