One of the wardrobe woes that women face is finding the right shoes to go with their outfits. A recent trend that caught our eye is colour coordinating your shoes with your clothing. Chanel took it a step further and matched the print of the shoes and clothes!
Off the runway, celebs have been using this hack as well. Priyanka Chopra was spotted in a pair of blush peep toes with her PJs-inspired outfit!
That’s not the only way we can make sure that our choice is the right choice. Especially considering the fact that we can't buy a new pair every single time we get a new outfit! Fortunately, there are a few key style tips that can be kept in mind when taking your pick. These are the fashion mantras to get your footwear on point every single time!
Though open sandals seem like a comfortable option, they might not balance out your heavy winter layers like a pair of thigh-high boots would! Picking the right footwear will ensure that your ensemble comes together.
Rock thigh high boots this winter! Get the look with this Truffle Collection Thigh High Boots for Rs 4,499. Buy it here
It's not necessary to match your shoes to your clothes, but paying close attention to the colours and patterns of your outfit will help. Pick out the dominant colour and pattern in your outfit and choose complementing footwear. Athiya’s choice of black strappy heels with horizontal stripes is a styling tip we can use!
Style your striped dresses like Athiya with these Carlton London Genuine Leather Heeled Sandals for Rs 3,147. Buy it here
If styled incorrectly, heels can do more harm than good! High heels can give the illusion of elongated legs but the wrong pair can make your legs appear stumpy. Steer clear of tie-ups since they tend to cut out the length and make you look shorter.
Style your pretty A-lines like Parineeti with these Carlton London Genuine Leather Heeled Sandals for Rs 3,596. Buy it here
Winding down after work is necessary, grabbing a drink at the bar - crucial. Sure, there is nothing more comfortable than a pair of sneakers, but we’d recommend loafers and flatforms when you need to hop from one location to another!
Take the Kangana route for your next preppy outfit with these tasselled loafers for Rs 1,599. Buy it here
There are a few styles of shoes and clothes that just do not flatter each other! For instance, unless you’re channeling a ‘badass bride/wedding guest, loafers wouldn’t be paired with a lehenga. Another example that comes to mind, paring kitten heels with pencil skirts can negate its elongated silhouette.
Style your statement ethnics with these Clarks Ankle Strap Kitten Heel Stilettos for Rs 4,225. Buy it here
If you tend to hoard, chances are that you spend a considerable time in front of your closet every morning. It would be a good idea to take assistance from the apps available in the market - they are tailored to organise and plan your ensembles. Apps like ClosetSpace and Stylicious would be good starting points for you.