Post # 1
If you have to dress “business casual” or more for work, what shoes do you wear in the winter? I wear heals or ballet flats in the summer, but in the winter, my feet are freezing and I nearly kill myself walking from the parking lot.
I don’t want an ugly, clunky, grandma loafer. I do wear riding boots occasionally, but I don’t want to wear them everyday.
Show me your shoes!!
Post # 3
Boots… all winter… and bring flats/heels to wear inside if there’s a meeting or something. Snow just wrecks my nice shoes.
Post # 4
I have been doing that, but my office is so cold and my feet are freezing even sitting at my desk.
Maybe I’ll just invest in a space heater and be done with it 🙂
Post # 5
Same as @bella128:
I wear whatever shoes going to work and then change into my heels at work. I think that’s the only solution & it makes the nice shoes last a lot longer.
Post # 6
In the winter I typically wear snow boots to and from work. I change into heels at the office.
Post # 7
Boots and bring shoes along for in office. Who wants to wreck nice shoes in the winter with snow, ice and general yuck
Post # 8
Space heater!! I walk to work so I normally wear uggs or snow boot and change into my nice shoes at work.
Do you have dress socks for your flats?
Post # 9
I’ve been known to have office slippers… lol… just make sure I don’t leave my office with them on… or I sit cross legged at the desk to keep my feet warm under my legs.
Post # 10
I wear high boots in the winter. Sometimes I bring them and change, other times if it’s not too snowy, I just wear them. But I agree, in the office, I need something that covers my whole foot!
Post # 11
@CanAmBride: I just wear boots–mid-calf usually. There are some nice, dressy-ish ones out there. You can also wear snow boots and change into heels once you get indoors, as a lot of my coworkers do.
Post # 12
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
Mid-calf boots like PPs. I don’t change out once I get to work because I like wearing my boots. You could keep a pair of wool socks or moccasins in your desk for extra cold days.