if the event is semi-formal, I would stick to closed-toed or peep-toed shoes. if any of your roommates/friends are your same shoe size, ask to borrow a pair of flats.
if yo don’t have access to other shoes, I would at least wear the black pants. I think the short floral-print skirt + those shoes would look too informal. for business casual, it’s always better to look too formal rather than too casual.posted over 1 year ago
Thank you guys SO much. I look up for some options, or in case, I’ll use a blazer on top to make it more formal-like.posted over 1 year ago
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hmm….This is a cute shoe! Maybe a dark navy blue baggy trouser pant, like this…(but ofc, darker blue http://file.stylenanda.com/web/product/small/stylenanda_109561.gif )
you could wear a similar shade to the color of your shoes. (navy blue and vanilla cream are amazing shade mixes)
Yeah I think those are not good for a formal event. Try to buff up you old flats with some shoe polish, or ask your friends to borrow something!posted over 1 year ago
I think for a semi-formal event, those sandals are okay. However, with a floral skirt and sandals, it might be too casual. Anyways, adding a blazer is always a great option.posted over 1 year ago
Thanks to all of you for answering me! So, in the end, I did used the sandals, and I was really glad I did. It was way too hot were I went to use normal shoes. I’d love to post some pictures, but sadly I have none in which my beatiful sandals are shown. I guess I’ll use the looks again some time and take pictures of them… Whenever it gets warmer enough.posted over 1 year ago