OTK boots appropriate for work??

sammix3

O.G.
Apr 8, 2007
5,135
873
Bay Area
If the work dress code is business casual?

I love my Stuart Weitzman 5050 in black nappa and recently ordered them in the cola(brown) suede and gray suede as well, just wanted to see if they would be appropriate in a business casual environment.

If yes, what would you suggest I wear them with to make sure they don't look too casual?

TIA!
 

randr21

Watch "The Cove"
O.G.
May 25, 2006
11,548
3,115
New York City
You can wear long knit dress over it, not super tight of course. If you do want to wear a more fitted silhouette dress, you can add a blazer over it.
 

Shobby

Member
Nov 15, 2010
23
0
^ agree. I wouldn't want to show them off too much if your going to be wearing them to work/in a business casual environment.
 

ByeKitty

Literally amazing!
May 8, 2010
11,579
3
Europe
I agree with the other comments! I think suede tones the look down aswell... I think they wouldn't look as rocker/sexy as the black nappa, which is a good thing for work!
 

Mia Bella

O.G.
Mar 27, 2008
4,295
28
I agree with the above comments, the suede 5050s would be more appropriate for the workplace.

sammix3: You must take mods of the suede 5050s! :nuts:
 

randr21

Watch "The Cove"
O.G.
May 25, 2006
11,548
3,115
New York City
saw this on another thread, and would wear something similar to work, but a little more longer, and suit pattern a little more neutral

 
Feb 2, 2006
6,910
19
Absolutely the 5050s in suede would be appropriate for work. For one thing, they are not high-heeled, thus they are more conservative. Second, they're suede, which makes them more toned down. I would wear either a skirt that is just above the knee or right at the knee -- A-line or fitted would be fine. :smile: