GREAT News About Wearing Leopard Print Shoes At The Wall Street Office

One example of a leopard print shoe that is Wall Street office appropriate.

Some styles are too excessive for the Wall Street office, but we have great news about leopard print shoes.They’ve been spotted at Goldman Sachs on multiple women, so they must be OK to wear.

A source says she wouldn’t wear them, but some women do.

“[Shoes] can’t be wild,” says a source, “but you can wear any colour that looks professional.” 

The same rule of thumb applies for purses. As long as it’s a professional style and shape, any colour is office appropriate. 

There’s one exception however. When you’re new (and particularly if you’re young and inexperienced) at the firm, don’t take chances. 

Otherwise, accessories are one of the few areas where Wall Street professionals can show a little personality. Make-up on women should be conservative and their hair should be pulled back

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