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Game Time Home Team 9/18/2016 Visitor Team
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Rained Out : 1/8/2017

T&T Combine
Cypress #6
9/25/2016
9 6:00 PM Julian Prado Painting

2   -   0

Uruguay F.C.
Cypress #7
10/2/2016
13 6:00 PM Coral Springs Fusion O30

0   -   6

Uruguay F.C.
Cypress #5
10/9/2016
24 8:00 PM A.C. United

4   -   5

Uruguay F.C.
Cypress #7
10/16/2016
28 8:00 PM Uruguay F.C.

0   -   0

Red Brigade
Cypress #5
10/23/2016
34 8:00 PM Uruguay F.C.

4   -   1

Real Sociedad
Cypress #5
10/30/2016
41 8:00 PM Uruguay F.C.

1   -   1

Real Professionals F.C.
Cypress #6
11/6/2016
48 8:00 PM Argentinos Juniors F.C.

2   -   1

Uruguay F.C.
Cypress #7
11/13/2016
53 8:00 PM Uruguay F.C.

6   -   0

3D Soccer F.C.
Cypress #6
11/20/2016
59 8:00 PM Scalpa F.C.

1   -   4

Uruguay F.C.
Cypress #6
12/4/2016
63 6:00 PM Uruguay F.C.

2   -   1

Santos Academy F.C.
Cypress #7
12/18/2016
78 8:00 PM Peru F.C.

1   -   3

Uruguay F.C.
Cypress #7
1/8/2017
83 8:00 PM Uruguay F.C.

5   -   1

T&T Combine
Cypress #6
2/12/2017
94 6:00 PM Uruguay F.C.

3   -   1

Real Sociedad
Cypress #5
2/19/2017
98 6:00 PM Uruguay F.C.

5   -   1

Scalpa F.C.
Cypress #5
2/26/2017
101 7:00 PM Real Professionals F.C.

2   -   1

Uruguay F.C.
Cypress #6

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Are Louboutins Appropriate For the Office?

06/21/2011 by Kat

louboutins for workAre Louboutins appropriate for the office with those sexy red soles? Reader J wonders…

What do think about wearing Louboutins in the office? Is the red sole too sexy?? I have a pair of Simple 85s, which are not high at all. They’re conservative, black kid leather, round toe, surprisingly comfy, but they have this in-your-face scarlet sole. I’ll be working at a bank that has a reputation of being somewhat laidback, but I don’t want to make the wrong impression… Help please?

When I was a first year associate I was completely jealous of another first-year associate who had done some serious shopping during her bar trip — LV bags, Hermes scarves, and Louboutin shoes. She had a classic kitten heel Louboutin, with the trademark red sole. This was before Louboutins were quite as “big” as they are today, so the red sole really stood out, and I thought, looked fabulous. So for my $.02, yes, simple Louboutins are appropriate for the office.

Reader J has a slightly higher heel — the 85mm version, which is just over 3″. Even this I don’t have a problem with — it’s a classic, gorgeous shoe, and so what if there’s a red sole. (Pictured above: Simple 85 Pumps, available at Saks Fifth Avenue for $595.)

Update : I’m seeing a lot of chatter on Twitter and in comments about whether Louboutins are appropriate for assistants or interns.  Does it shout “I’m not here for the money” the same way a Birkin bag does?  To me, a $600 pair of shoes and a $10,000 bag are in entirely different leagues.  I suppose my rule would be that if you can buy it in one paycheck, it’s appropriate for any woman of any level.  My guess is that Reader J can swing a $600 pair of shoes in one paycheck given that she works at a bank — my answer might be different for the unpaid intern.  (But even then I see so many teenagers walking around with Louis Vuitton bags (which generally cost around $1000)…)

But this isn’t to say that ALL Louboutin shoes are appropriate for the office.  For example, I would say that any of the platform shoes pictured below are pushing it for most conservative offices — the office hallway, alas, is a far cry from the red carpet.  (Fun question: can you guess which pair below is the most expensive?)

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  1. Ballerina Girl : 06/21/2011 at 2:44 pm

    I’m going to guess that the ones on the right are the most expensive…because they’re the ugliest. :)

    I think red soles are fine…I do wonder if the “I spent a fortune on my shoes” look is office appropriate all the time. Depends on your office. Women at my firm often wore them, and unfairly or not, I often thought they had skewed priorities and spent more time on fashion than on work. I recognize that’s incredibly harsh but it’s a real reaction that some might have. Also, 3 inch heels always seem slightly more date appropriate than work appropriate if they’re 3 inches or more.

  2. Betty White : 06/21/2011 at 2:49 pm

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  3. phdknitter : 06/21/2011 at 2:51 pm

    I think Louboutins are perfectly fine for even the most conservative of offices as long as the shoe itself is appropriate. What’s more important in this case is the style and height of the shoe, not the color of the sole.

  4. jeanne : 06/21/2011 at 2:51 pm

    Can’t tell which is more expensive, but I’m lusting after that patent red pair. Delicious!

  5. CBW : 06/21/2011 at 2:53 pm

    I think certain Louboutins are very classic and look great with a suit. I have a pair myself and wear them frequently. Even if women (because you know men don’t know the difference!) want to judge me for spending my hard-earned money on a pair of fabulous shoes, that still won’t stop me from wearing them!

  6. Corporate Tool : 06/21/2011 at 2:53 pm

    I would be wary of them if I were a new-hire. The red sole is attention-grabbing, sexy, and announces that you paid a lot for your shoes. Not necessarily the first impression you want to make.

  7. Selia : 06/21/2011 at 2:54 pm

    I think if the shoes are otherwise appropriate for the office, they can be worn. But I do agree with the above thought that some people may form an opinion (positive or negative) based on the fact that you are wearing an obviously expensive shoe.

  8. Shoe lust : 06/21/2011 at 2:55 pm

    I work in finance, and am the banker equivalent of a junior associate. I have admired this exact pair of low-heeled round toe pumps for a while. I never imagined wearing them to the office, though! While they are too high fashion for every day, I think they would be the perfect shoe for conferences. The red flash of the sole is a bit of a power play, and when I’m in a room of strangers at cocktail hour I want to look polished, successful and like I’m not afraid to show it.

  9. found a peanut : 06/21/2011 at 2:57 pm

    I sure hope so because I wear mine all the time. I have a pair of 70mm (sooooo comfy) and 100mm (not so much) simples that are my go-to shoes for work (they live in my desk drawer). I would tend to think that most men wouldn’t know what the red soles means, and if they do it’s because their wives/girlfriends wear Loubs, and if their wives/girlfriends are buying them, they are not going to look down on you for buying them. So really, the only people who care are women looking to be judgmental.

  10. Lawgirl : 06/21/2011 at 2:59 pm

    I’d guess the red one is most expensive. The other ones look expensive but also very hooch.

  11. Duckie : 06/21/2011 at 2:59 pm

    I think that unfortunately, Louboutins have become such a “thing” that the red sole is akin to carrying an LV logo bag. There’s the risk of people thinking you’re a label snob/irresponsible with money/living off your parents, and the even worse risk of people thinking you bought a counterfeit. So for that reason I’d steer clear unless you’re pretty senior.

    I do think the classic Louboutin pumps are beautiful shoes, though, even though I never wear heels.

  12. NYC : 06/21/2011 at 3:02 pm

    Interested to see what people say. I generally only take issue with them because I know how much they cost and I am a judgmental b*tch when it comes to stuff like that. When I see a first year wearing $700 shoes (that are nearly impossible to find on sale), I really think that they should be spending their money in more productive ways.

    I hadn’t thought of the red sole as the problem, but I saw a woman the other day in all black, with the black pumps the reader mentioned, and the red sole was just so….sexy. It was a cool look, but not one I want to emulate when I am at work.

  13. Lawgirl : 06/21/2011 at 3:04 pm

    Do these Talbots’ platform slingbacks pass the Corporette test? I think they’re close to the line… but I luvs anyway! http://bit.ly/jC3M7O

  14. H. : 06/21/2011 at 3:04 pm

    While I think that they’re fine for associates who are obviously making a good salary, seeing them on law clerks (I’m currently a federal clerk) or interns strikes me as attracting attention in a bad way. (I see it as similar to the previous discussion on the intern with the Birkin.)

  15. sexy? : 06/21/2011 at 3:09 pm

    I just cannot see calling the sole of a shoe sexy. It’s a color on the bottom of an otherwise very conservative shoe. I think saying a colored sole is too sexy is really treading the line of trying to be more like men as opposed to trying to be professional looking.

    That’s just my thought though and I guess that’s the point of these discussions. Some people will judge you for being too sexy, being too much like a man, spending too much, looking like you spent too little, too big of an engagement ring, too small…. it just never ends. I think a beautiful classic shoe is exactly that. If they’re comfortable too? Consider me envious!