In the spirit of streamlining your inevitably abundant shoe collection, we have simplified your must-keep list. And while footwear trends may weave in and out from platform to sleek, we can assure you these 10 styles are here to stay.
This sandal is best for spring, summer, and early fall. It is meant to be as minimal as possible, perhaps with just a strap or two to keep your foot in place. It helps to elongate your legs and show off a new pedicure, and doesn’t compete with the rest of your look.
You want to find a pump that is a touch beige and a touch peach. In other words: a "nude" hue that will go with everything from a black dress to a floral pant. Find a flattering style that serves as an extension of your long gams and can be the one stop shop to minimalist packing for long trips.
Since your day-to-day uniform is usually a smattering of neutrals, invest in a brightly colored pump that can quickly liven your look. A turquoise or fuchsia stiletto surprisingly goes with most things in your wardrobe and can take a look from ordinary to extraordinarily festive.
We are forever fans of a classic ballet flat in bright red. They look fantastic paired with a t-shirt and dark jeans combo or with a nautical striped sweater. Additionally, they look sweet styled with a black or navy casual dress and enviable with polka-dot anything.
Think of gold flat sandals as a piece of foot jewelry. This style serves as a dressy alternative to heels and works with everything from party pants to your dressiest of dresses. You can go with simple two-strap versions or Grecian-influenced numbers.
The wedge is simply a comfortable way to give you height. A neutral version can be great with a wide-leg trouser, jeans, or a super long casual dress. Plus, you can always rely on them for long summer nights or beach-y weddings.
A classic sneaker, like Chuck Taylors or Vans, can be your go-to tennis shoe when you really need to move and shake. These comfortable shoes are great with everything from harem pants to trouser shorts.
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