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Open Toe: When is it Time to Go?

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I am typically very strict when it comes to fashion rules. There is an unwritten rule that open toe shoes are reserved for the spring, summer, and EARLY fall. I have noticed something interesting this year though. Open toe shoes seem to be here to stay. I would not be lying when I say that I am a bit confused.

Fashion rules aside,  it is the sheer impracticality of it that really peeves me. On a day when it is below 60 degrees I am cold in pumps, add having my toes out and that to me is complete torture. It is actually the last thing I would think to wear.

Am I wrong though? Never have I seen so many open toe shoes still for sale in the stores and online boutiques. A perfect example is the screenshot of Lulu’s website below. Seven out of the eight heels pictured are open toe.

Open Toe

Now I am wondering, how hard of a fashion rule should this be? There are quite a few fall open toe options out there that look like they would be adorable to pair with a fall outfit. Is this crazy or are open toe shoes acceptable for all year long? I want to hear my readers think. Take the poll below and feel free to comment!

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1 Comment on Open Toe: When is it Time to Go?

  1. Rachel Wurdeman // November 18, 2013 at 5:59 pm // Reply

    You know this is a subject near and dear to my heart as I was always the open toe shoe nazi at UHart. As far as I’m concerned, the first day of fall is when all the open toe shoes and sandals get boxed up and stored in the attic and don’t see the light of day until the first day of spring regardless of the weather.

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