Kenneth Cole, a designer, once said, “The average woman falls in love seven times a year. Only six are with shoes”. An exaggerated statement I must say, but in every lie, there is always an iota of truth.
There is always a cord that is strike in us whenever we see a shoe that appeals to our eyes. Our eyes registers it first, then our heart before we finally decide to examine it with our brain. Some of us don’t even allow our brains to examine it else we won’t get to buy it ( 😉 You get me?).
As enticing and tempting as it can be to want to have a stockpile of shoes to a point where our houses are flowing with shoes that automatically updates the house with latest shoe types, it is essential to know and accept (though grudgingly) that it is not the best and practical way to live.
You can’t have it all but you can at least have 7 types of shoes every lady should own. This 7 types would fit into your shopping budget and you don’t have to break a bank to look good. It was pretty hard squeezing an inexhaustible list of female shoes in a 7-list but the shoe hipster did it!.
Ladies and ladies, let’s rock and roll!
1. BALLET FLATS
They are evergreen. Apparently, this shoes are easy to wear and of a great comfort too. They can be styled in different ways. You could wear this all day running errands without the fear of blisters or discomfort. You could decide to rock it as nude, animal prints or even bright colors for a pop and burst of style and art.
This is another timeless and ageless pair depending on if you know how to style your sneakers. This is a must-have for women. No rules to wearing this footwear as it is not bound by season or fashion trends. To pick /buy a sneakers, there are a number of choices. But for a better pick, a white pair of sneakers is the best option 👟. A sneakers is good for travelling, trekking and even sports.
3. PUMP HEELS
They are sleek, elegant and sophisticated👠. Getting one or this takes you from point simple to point classy. You can rock your pumps in different styles and outfit of your choice. Heights of pumps differs according to your preference,as they are aligned to your choice. We have the likes of stilettos, kitten heels, court heels etc. They are perfect for all occasions but the color can determine where it should be worn. A black pump is most suitable for office, night parties and dinners. In this shoes, you can’t afford to pick the wrong shoe size else you might come crashing down or literally ‘break a leg’.
Flat sandals are great for showing of those beautifully pedicured toes 👡. No matter how simple they look, your styling trend matters,so style carefully. They can be paired with virtually any cloth. Depending on the way you style it, you can end up looking simple, classy or both. The choice is yours. They are easy to wear (probably except the gladiators or strap sandals). Details, color, and extra designs here and there makes your sandals stand out, else it would look too simple.
5. ANKLE BOOTS
This is a necessity especially in winter. They look best in suede or in leather 👢. They are season less and can be worn with pants or dresses. There are different ways to rock your ankle boots and they can serve as the icing on a well baked cake or an ice cream topping because they help in giving your outlook a finishing touch. Afterwards, you can look yourself in the mirror and say “Perfecto 👌” with a Spanish accent, if you have have one or can imitate it (😉😁😁).
6. LOAFERS/ BROGUES
For a touch of some masculine or gender neuter look, girlfriend you can rock this on all outfit 👞.Brogues/loafers are timeless and ageless and they can represent different age depending on how you wear it They are great for a quirky yet chic in outlook. It is comfortable and classy.
Afraid of those tiny looking stiletto heels? Or you want to add more lifespan to your legs? Try wedges often. They help in giving you the right balance and comfort too. You can avoid blisters and a broken feet with wedges. With wedges, you got no fear of heels sinking into wet sand or grass or even getting the heels stuck somewhere in the ground.
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