So you have an awesome pair of shoes, you want to wear them but do not want them to be overshadowed by your outfit. Today we give you three examples of ‘the shoe!’
I love ugly shoes – I find them beautiful, big, bulky, structurally odd – but I am a size 4 so making my feet look small isn’t really an issue. But it shouldn’t be an issue for anyone, as I have said many times Audery Hepburn was a size 8 shoe and she managed to always look dainty. This monochrome outfit blends the shoe, as it is a bulky wedge, but if you see the pants length is 3/4 which means both the ankle and the shoe is exposed. Ps – men love ankles apparently!
The classic lace up, so easy to wear, whilst the latest fashion is to wear this boot with a skirt, I wanted to show you a classic look that suits women of all ages and never dates. This boy look, is sexy and flattering, as it creates a smaller waste, as a result of pairing a short jacket with high waist trousers. This look also elongates the legs, always a bonus!
This is the most expensive of the three looks, with the Mui Mui bag costing £1197, Blush pink silk blend velvet palazzo pants from Alberta Ferretti, Saint Laurent Cropped double-breasted velvet blazer £1334 and finally the Sigerson Morrison Knight Bootie £399
Sophia Webster – what can I say, love love love her Angel Shoes £515 (the price will vary according to colour).
This cute look has been made hip with a McQ Alexander McQueen Lace Cami and Cotton T-Shirt Top and a tangerine orange Isa Arfen Mini Skirt. Too much colour? No way. The orange skirt accents the sole of the Sophia Webster shoe and the black acts as the neutral. You will rock this outfit with the book design D&G bag!