3. The more foot that shows, the less businesslike the shoe. Sandals, mules, and T-straps are not appropriate for business. However, a closed-toe, sling back pump is acceptable in most business settings.
4. If you have large legs, avoid T-straps or ankle straps, wide heels, and round or square toes. These styles visually enlarge legs and widen the foot.
5. Buy the best you can afford in materials that will span the seasons. Although it will cost more up front, it's the best investment of your money in the long run.
In short, think before you buy. How much wear will you get from this shoe? Will it last this season or several seasons? Does it go with at least three outfits in your closet? If it's not a good investment, don't buy it. Your money is better spent elsewhere.
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