Time and time again you’ll find with more experimentation that accessories can make all the difference to your outfit. Trust me when we tell you that a good pair of shoes can make a world of a difference because no one likes to see the duck walk or watch you painfully struggle with each step you take. So, obviously I put together a list of shoes that will have you be comfortable and stylish at the same time without having to compromise on the overall look of your OOTD. Scroll on for more details cause I’ve got you covered.
Here are 9 shoes you’re going to want to stock your wardrobe with before summer hits:
1) Monrow Shoes
Poppy colours, strappy back heels, quilted & knotted heels with the perfect heel height work so well with jeans and blouses. Wear these with the new cardigan trend and slinky, ribbed pencil skirts for a more on-point OOTD!
2) Jiha Co
Lace-ups are back in a major way, this time with interesting ways to tie them around your feet. Wear them with baggy denim and wrap around the ankle over your jeans or wear them the classic way with your party dress. Whichever way you choose to wear them they are sure to make a statement.
A must-have shoe is a nude sandal, especially one’s you can slide on at a moment’s notice and wear to run errands. Pair with shorts or mini-skirts or wear with palazzo pants for that effortlessly chic and put-together look.
A black shoe is a wardrobe basic and I’m pretty sure we all have variations of this pair. But let me tell you, get yourself a pair with a nice chunky heel and some form of embellishment, this will not only pair well with your party wear but is versatile enough to be paid with your party wear as well!
5) Fizzy Goblet
I find mules to be incredibly sexy and look fabulously stylish with trousers and pants. Pair them with your faux leather trousers and see how they instantly elevate the vibe of your look. In fact, wear them with linen trousers too for that relaxed and off-duty vibe!
Another must-have shoe is a gold pair of heels. What I find difficult about this pair is finding the right tint to suit all skin tones. I find that dull gold works like a charm on all skin tones and still maintains its glamorous effect very well. You’ll need a pair just like this one to wear with gowns or even your Indian wear for bigger and important occasions where you’re looking to make an impression!
Most times I wear my western-style shoes with my Indian wear for lack of options. What I love about this gorgeous neutral and sparkly Kolhapuri chappal is that it is subtle in nature but still makes a statement. I like this pair so much that I might even wear them with jeans.
Juttis are the perfect accessories for your salwar suits and other Indian styles. They work great at functions like mehendi’s and sangeets because they allow for swift movement and cause you less pain towards the end of the night of some major grooving and shaking.