Career Girl Style: Heels or Flats

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Posted January 31, 2014 by Baaba Grant-Acquah in Building Your Brand
Heels or flats

I’ve¬†always considered myself a heels type of girl, but lately I’ve been wearing a lot of flats. It could be the cold weather and comfort of the flat shoe that has made it my shoe of choice these days or maybe its the amount of walking during my commute that has my feet screaming for a pair of flats.

Now don’t get me wrong, I have over 4 pairs of heels at my desk in case I need to make a quick change. But I find myself foregoing my heels to stay in the comfort of my flats.

There was a point in my life where wearing flats hurt my feet more than heels. I think my feet were just used to heels because I wore them almost everyday. It got to a point where friends and co-workers would ask if I was okay if I wore flats, since they never saw me without heels.

If I had to choose one, I would definitely pick a stylish heel over comfy flats any day. What do you think, are you a heels or flats Career Girl?

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Baaba Grant-Acquah

Baaba Grant-Acquah is a fashion stylist, blogger and corporate client manager. She is a curator of style and knows where to find the perfect pieces for any wardrobe. She is continually inspired by her clients and truly enjoys the process of providing creative solutions to fit her client's needs.

10 Comments


  1.  
    Kristen

    As an event coordinator in a 1.6 million square foot facility… I’m going to have to go with flats on this one.




  2.  

    I travel for business several times a month, so I am definitely on Team Flats. There are plenty of stylish flats out there though! I love those gold ones from Nine West.




  3.  

    I am definitely more of a heels girl… though this might be because I’m petite (5’0″), so I need the boost! But I’ll admit, I always carry a pair of ballet flats with me for my commute, so my feet can rest at the beginning/end of my day.
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