Can you wear open-toed shoes to work? Generally, no. But as in every case, there are some exceptions that can be made.
In most business situations open-toed shoes are not considered sufficiently professional. Even though these shoes can look great when paired with a business suit, they are still not widely accepted as workwear. So, our advice is to skip open-toed shoes, whenever you are heading into a corporate setting and opt for our range of smart looking court shoes.
This same rule of no-open-toeds-allowed can be applied to job-interview attire as well. Even if you want to stand out from other candidates, that surely doesn’t mean showing off your freshly done manicure.
Exceptions exist for everything. If you notice that your female colleagues wear open-toed shoes, consult them. Sometimes, you can find some companies more accommodating than others. If your workspace has a casual and more relaxed dress-code, then you can probably let yourself wearing open-toed shoes from time to time.
Here’s some tips on how to style with open toed shoes.