I don’t know about you, but whenever I browse a shoe store, there is one type of shoes that always catches my eyes first. It will be a pair of:
They are usually pointed or slightly rounded. In patent, smooth or suede leather. And they look so gorgeous on the shelf!
Red is indisputably THE colour when you want to attract attention (advertising folks know this rule never fails). And I think I also wanted to attract some attention when I ended up buying these red heels. Or… 3 pairs of them.
But we always want to attract attention in a good way, right?
So, here are a few fail-safe suggestions on What To Wear With Red Heels.
The colour Hunter Green is a beautiful, sophisticated colour for the cold months, but for some reason it is still quite underworn.
With this How To Wear I hope I can sort out some of concerns you might have regarding this colour. (And no, you won’t see any college campus looks!)
To start off: Hunter Green is a cool green (meaning it has a slight blue-ish undertone) which also muted and dark. Therefore, it will suit all ladies best who have dark and cool coloured skin, hair and eyes. Combine it with neutrals like navy blue (dark denim) or black, and you can never go wrong.
I have always thought of white as a very difficult colour to wear. But then I noticed, that it can turn into an exceptionally stylish look, when you wear it from head to toe. (This statement is especially true for winter, when everything else is dark and grey!)
Here is my style advice on How To Wear White In Winter:
1) Wear a minimalist head-to-toe outfit with a bright coloured coat in a similiar sleek style. Perfect for work or dinner.
1) Pick the right colours: Prints that use the same (or neighboring) colour scale are easier to style vs. prints with a lot of contrasting colours.
2) Let your print shine: Keep the rest of your outfit simple and clean. Don’t pile up too much accessories. The print is the center piece of your look and should get all the attention that it deserves. Layer the look with a blazer, jacket or cardigan to tone it down, if needed.
3) One bold trend is enough: Avoid mixing two bold trends in one look, as this can look easily like you are trying too hard (and you probably are!). Also, never mix with another pattern. Solid neutrals are your best friends.