Flat day

After a few hectic days that involved long 
days and high heels it was time to go flat.

So a pair of really flat sandals under a l
long skirt seemed the way to go for work.

Long blue print skirt Talbots - White t shirt V - Jean jacket  -
 Follies sandals - Purple bag Coach  
To be honest I think footwear where your
toes can be seen are not work appropriate,
however considering the situation 
I broke my own rules - then again I did not
meet any customers today.

Do you have any rules of your own regarding 
what to wear or not to work ?


Mica T said...

Love that maxi skirt on you, and the blue outfit it is part of :)

I do have rules for office wear - I try keep blue denim to casual Fridays, and my usual rules for modesty (nothing mini-length) apply. There have been days where people (more senior than I) have come to work in board shorts (is this an Aussie thing? boardies? Like long swim shorts?) and flip-flops, so I don't have too many rules, it's a very relaxed office! In most offices I've worked in before I'd agree on the no uncovered toes thing, but in my current one...anything goes!

Away From The Blue

Shybiker said...

My work, as you know, is formal so I have to wear a suit and tie. On days when I know I'm not going to see anyone, I'll relax that by going without a tie. Not exciting, is it...

Mimi said...

I think it depends, sometimes you can get away with it, and it looks like your skirt is long enough to cover a lot of toes anyway:)

Aesthetic Lounge

LyddieGal said...

I used to wear open toes in the office all the time - always with a fresh pedicure of course!
Chic on the Cheap

Anne said...

Your maxi skirt looks great with the denim jacket:)

Kim Alston said...

I just go with the flow! Lol

Sheila said...

I've been in very strict clothing environments (working in a women's clothing store!), and I much prefer my office's business casual environment. Some people are dressier like me, and some are quite um, less so. :) I have the modesty rules too: no boobs, no super-short. I always have clients, but they appreciate the creativity in my clothes.