Matching footwear with outfit for a perfect look
With nearly limitless styles and colours of shoes to choose from, who can blame a woman for having a personal shoe store in her closet?
Shoes are almost magical; they don’t shrink in the dryer and will always fit your feet, even if you ate a big piece of chocolate cake last night. So for every event, from formal to casual dinners, stock up.
Every shoe tells a story, but the wrong pair can tank your outfit. Here is a guideline for choosing your shoe according to your outfit.
Pumps simply scream urban cool. Therefore, any ensemble with a chic aesthetic will work well with them. You get the idea, don't you, with styles like pantsuits, pencil skirts, cigarette pants, long formal dresses, etc.
Having said that, short dresses look equally as good with or without sheer stockings. Trench coats or long fur jackets with skinny jeans elevate this appearance during the winter.
Pumps are closed high heels, while everything else in high heels falls under this category. These go with pretty much everything— be it formal, casual, or party wear.
The simplest way to accomplish this is to remember that bare legs look great with peep toes. Therefore, any short or knee-length dress will look good.
Choose wedges instead of stilettos if you don't feel comfortable wearing them with dresses or heels. Try wearing opaque leggings or jeggings with flat peep-toe shoes and outfits that reach the hips.
Lower block or kitten heels are your best choice for getting the thrill of wearing them if you're one of those who adore them. Get shoes with a slight heel and meet in the middle of the two.
Again, this is your saviour if you're looking for anything to go with your business attire. It improves your appearance and provides you with a beautiful elevated look.
High or low boots
Boots enhance the fall's appeal, but they are capable of much more. Wear the ones that are knee, ankle, or over-the-knee-length with skinny jeans, a leather jacket, a long dress, a cape, or any other appropriate attire.
These are the results after trying different combinations of shoes with different patterns of dresses.
Most likely, you could try anything without exerting too much pressure. You have a plethora of options. You can also create your style according to your choice of preference and what exactly suits your attire most.