It is a question that I get frequently? How do you style your Rothy’s for work? I don’t wear them everyday – and I am more likely to wear them traveling than to the office – but Rothy’s can easily be incorporated in a business casual work place. I have also worn them with a suit … it just isn’t my norm (see pictures in the gallery at the end for at least one example). To help you with style ideas, I picked one color currently available from each style (round, point and loafer) and created two workplace appropriate looks. At the end of the post you will also find a full gallery of all my Rothy’s looks. Some are work appropriate and some are weekend only – choose which works for you! Either way there are tons of ways to wear Rothy’s! Want your own pair? Scroll down to the end of the post to see how you can win a $200 voucher!! #MarchGiveaway
Styling the Round
For the round I had to pick the blue spotted leopard. I’m sorry but they are just too cool!! If they were available in the point I would own them a minute. #MakeThatASecond
For styling I opted to include one of Springs hottest colors – Marigold! You are going to be seeing lots of this color!! Choose either the pricier Veronica Beard blazer or the more budget friendly Topshop one! #BothWork
Styling the Point
The point is my favorite. I currently own seven? pairs of Rothy’s shoes and four of them are points. I have them in TTS as well as a half size up and I’m on the fence about which I prefer – sizing can vary by color. I have neon camo, black cap toe, marigold and black and white python. but I’ve had my eye on these persimmon ones since last fall so they may be a Spring add to my collection!! #AlwaysAdding
For styling I opted for a contrasting blue/green hue which really lets the orange color pop!! Again choose the investment Reiss and Alice + Olivia option or go with the more budget friendly Halogen pick. I also love these floral pants which coordinate perfectly!! #AllWins
Until I tried the sneakers the loafers were my second favorite profile. I don’t wear them to the office as I find them too casual for my workplace but I do wear them tons on the weekend and for travel. If I worked in a less conservative world though, below is how I would style the Red Camo Loafer to go to work!
I love the camo mixed with stripes (you saw similar on Tuesday with my sneaker looks). Whether it is a body-hugging dress or a button down blouse, both work!! #MoreStripesPlease
Rothy’s Sneakers Styled
For ideas on how to style the sneakers see my most recent Rothy’s review. I won’t wear these to the office but they have weekends and travel days written all over them and the review has a two more looks for styling ideas. #StillWearingStripes
This week one lucky reader will WIN a $200 voucher to purchase their own pair (or two) of Rothy’s. There are several ways to enter (enter as many ways as you like):
- If you are a blog only reader, simply comment on this post which style you would purchase! You will need to include an email address so I can contact you if you win. FYI – all comments must first be approved so it will not immediately appear! I will approve them though!!
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Giveaway entries will close at 5PM EST on Friday March 8th and the winner will be notified via email or DM (depending on method of entry). The winner will need to respond to the email or DM within 24 hours or I will move on to the next winner!!
My Rothy’s Style
Here is a gallery of every possible look (that I photographed) while wearing Rothy’s. Some are work and some are weekend. #AllOverTheMap Here is a gallery of every possible look (that I photographed) while wearing Rothy’s. Some are work and some are weekend. #AllOverTheMap
GET YOUR OWN PAIR
Curious? Want to try a pair for yourself? They are currently only sold online or in their store in San Francisco (if you use this link you could save $20 off your first purchase).
The opinions posted here are solely my own and I was not compensated in any manner for this review. If you use my link to purchase a pair of Rothy’s you will save $20 and I could save $20 off my next purchase. Somehow I think we both win … and your feet will definitely thank you!