There is one thing that women take very, very seriously; shopping for some trendy shoes. I don’t think there is any need to explain them about the various trendy shoes but still. Some subtle differences make it worth a read. This article is as much relevant for men as is for women, because it could also serve as a great shopping guide.
A woman’s shoe collection is not complete without a good pair of pumps. These have existed since the 1600’s and continue even now. Although they had round toes back then, which gradually turned pointy but pumps are never out of fashion! These trendy shoes are best worn with formal clothing and pencil skirts and long jackets. They make your female calf muscles look drop-dead gorgeous.
2. Ankle-Strap High Heeled Sandals
Ankle strap sandals are some of the most delicate forms of footwear available for women. Not only do they come in very cool colors but also in various materials. The best thing about them is that they make your legs look like they are miles long and they can be worn with practically anything.
3. Ballet Flats
Popularized largely because of Classical Hollywood cinemas, these are probably one of the most versatile forms of women’s shoes in existence. There are footwear companies which rake in billions of dollars solely on the merit of their ballet flats. Ballet flats can be worn anywhere and at any time (except perhaps very formal parties). They can be beaded, quilted, sequined, faux, animal print, and in any other imaginable iteration.
4. Ankle Boots
There is nothing sexier than a girl in a pair of heel boots, which end at the ankles. These can come in various styles, and can even look edgy when they have metallic chains attached to them. Ankle boots can be worn with tailored trousers. They look good with sharp sporty dresses as well.
5. Strappy Heels
Talk about dainty & delicate shoes and strappy heels are bound to figure on the list. Black strappy heels and even metallic heels look really good with all sorts of formal and informal clothing. It bares more of your feet (including your toes) and gives you the same amount of height as pumps and platforms.
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