Fashion and Style
12 Shoes You Should Have in Your Wardrobe
Laced up high or casual on the down low, shoes are the main ingredient of any outfit. Here are some shoe styles that are trending now, but are also essential shoe styles for a well-balanced wardrobe. Each of these styles multiplies the versatility of the clothing in your closet.
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Some classic mid and high heel silhouettes are seeing a revival. What all of the heeled styles share is that they can spruce up an outfit as fast as you can put them on. It seems that there is a heel style for everyone from contoured low heeled looks to sky-high stilettos. The chunky block heel is another trend for everything from pumps to mules that is making a comeback. Here are some of the well-heeled styles that are hot now.
The Caged Heel
Lace-up or caged, strap into some serious style with this much-loved heel that can be worn with a number of outfits. Whether you want to add attention-getting impact to a work outfit or sexiness to a date outfit, take your style to the next level with a strappy heel. Lace-up heels pair especially nice with jeans as well as dresses.
On the Block
Pumps with chunky blocked heels are making a comeback in a big way. On a comfort level, the wider heel makes for more comfortable walking and all day wear. Block heeled pumps are showing up textured in velvet, suede, and smooth leather.
Adult Mary Janes
Not the patent leather shoes that you wore on special occasions as a child, these Mary Janes have the power to pull together a no-nonsense workday outfit when paired with a pencil skirt or chinos. A serious heeled pump, these Mary Janes are showing up with chunky heels and skinny straps. This style also has a quirky indie vibe when paired with jeans, a knit cap, and a chunky scarf.
Pointed Toe Kitten Heels
The mid to low heel Kitten Heel style is perfect for the workplace or to nail a really put together casual look. This contoured heeled shoe with a pointy toe is available in pump, slide, sandal, and sling back styles.
High Heeled Mule
The versatile high heeled mule is also making a comeback in a variety of heel types. They are being seen with matte textures in a neutral color or with gold tone accents and an animal print. This easy to slip on style can work with dresses as well as jeans.
Low and no heeled styles are also shoe essentials no matter what your style profile is. Comfortable options exist whether you want a professional or casual look.
Influences from menswear elements are a classic style influence and are showing up especially in flats. This go-around, flats, and loafers with menswear touches have a sleek, shiny finish and look elegant with any cut of pants. The Oxford is another classic men’s shoe style that has long ago crossed into the women’s’ territory as well. Look for reinterpretations of this classic in new leather finishes as an excellent work or weekend shoe option.
Gladiator sandals have enjoyed staying power on the fashion scene. This type of sandal pairs especially well with shorts, skirts, and dresses.
A perennial classic, all white sneakers are having a moment now. This means that this great casual outfit standby can be paired with skirts and dresses for a super current look. Of course, white sneakers are always a go-to with jeans or leggings.
Comfortable like a pair of slippers yet put together, flat slides can complement a pair of chinos or a long tailored skirt. This shoe is a more structured version of the classic flat and works well for the office and with a tailored denim outfit.
Icing on the Cake
Do you like some bling on your shoes? Many statement shoes are appearing with ornamentation and embellishments. Both flats and heels are showing head turning accents such as tassels, pom-poms, feathers, and animal motifs.
Before going on a shoe shopping spree, ask yourself what types of shoe essentials you really need. After all, a shoe store is much like a candy shop where just about everything looks appealing. This will help curb you from buying that extra pair of sandals when a versatile set of heels is really what you need.
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