Black work heels
Here are a few of my top recommendations for stylish black work heels!
Boot heels for work
These gorgeous work boots are perfect for staying warm during Autumn and Winter while still looking fabulous.
Block heels for work
Work shoes with a thicker heel so that you can stay stylish without sacrificing comfort!
Kitten heels for work
Kitten heels are shorter heels that are perfect for those who are new to wearing heels to work:
Summer work heels
You may be wondering what type of heels are appropriate to wear during the warmer months. In my experience, many offices find sandals and other open-toed shoes to be too unprofessional to wear to the office. I opt for a slingback heel style to balance a polished look with a more breathable design. Here are some of my favourite slingback heels for work.
How to wear neutral heels to the office
I would suggest avoiding brightly coloured shoes or excessively embellished heels. Of course, some office environments allow for bolder styles, but you can still create a stunning look without drawing too much attention. As I said before: neutral colours and heels under 100mm are your best friend!
How to silence heels in the office
There’s nothing more awkward than walking into a silent office and disturbing the quiet with loudly clacking stilettos! Luckily, I have a great tip for making your favourite heels quieter: simply have your heels altered by a cobbler. Most heels can be taken to a cobbler to have rubber caps applied to the heels or non-slip gel cushions added to the soles, making the shoes much quieter.
That concludes my guide on designer work shoes. I hope you found my advice helpful or even found your dream office shoes in my recommendations. If you’d like to get a closer look at my favourite designer office pumps, check out my Youtube video where I show off some of the heels from this blog post. As usual, let me know in the comments below if there are any specific topics you’d like me to cover in future blog posts. See you in the next blog post!