Sport your nude sandals as a great neutral to a tapered trouser or skirt suit.
Leather ankle strap sandals, See by Chloe, $199, piperlime.com.
Add a touch of chic to your suit by replacing classic pumps with stylish cross straps.
“Racquel” cross strap sandal, Rachel Roy, $209, rachelroy.com.
Cross the lines and pair your pin-stripes with these stacked T-strap sandals.
Striped stacked heel sandal, Marc Jacob, $390, thecorner.com.
Brighten up the cubicles with a splash of chartreuse to go with your shift dress.
Patent T-strap sandals, Jimmy Choo, $337, netaporter.com.
Take a polite walk on the wild side with a slither of snakeskin paired with an oxford button down; adding the appropriate amount of edge to the boardroom.
Snakeskin print sandals, Aldo, $155, aldo.com.
Replace your office ballet flats with an eye-catching pair of ankle straps that still work well with that wrap dress.
“Matty” laser cut leather flats, Bally, $248, bally.com.
Lighten things up at the office in a pretty pastel sandal to soften up that sexy pencil skirt.
“Yelp” pastel colorblocked sandals, Stuart Weitzman, $160, piperlime.com.
Push those loafers aside and instead work two trends in one with these leopard print metallic sandals.
“Getreel” calf hair sandal, Nine West, $99, ninewest.com.
Step up your office LBD with a sleek, minimal style wedge.
Wedge patent leather sandals, Manolo Blahnik, $439, barneys.com.
This new take on nude subtly adds a peak of color to your corporate get-up.
“Merista” cross strap sandal, Boutique 9, $80, ninewest.com.
Wear this crisp style with rolled up jeans on casual Friday or a white shift dress on Tuesday.
Cut-out leather sandals, Nicholas Kirkwood, $655, netaporter.com.
Liven up those office khaki’s with a rich emerald colored sandal and a school boy blazer.
Faux suede ankle strap sandals, Zara, $80, zara.com.