10 Pairs of Shoes Every Woman Should Own
Today, I still love shoes from pumps, sandals, boots, and everything in between. Above is a representation of the shoes styles I own and classic pairs of shoes I recommend you should have in your closet.
Pumps: There are two shown and are the absolute foundation (pun intended) of your shoe collection. Always include a basic black pair in the highest heels you can manage. The black pump is the office standard and a must. Add another pair of pumps in nude - either pointy or round toe. You will be amazed as to how versatile nude shoes are.
|Skechers - D'LITES - FRESH START|
Flat Sandals: Either thong, strappy, no heel or slight heel. - These are great to go from casual to dressy. A must have!
Wedge Heel: They are stable allowing your foot to touch more surface area and take some of the strain off of the ball of your foot. An absolute necessity for a garden party, or outdoor wedding. Seriously, having wedges is like having real feminine shoe while still getting to keep everything sophisticated you love about heels. The best part - you will not fall over or slowly sink into the turf.
Ballerina Flats: Ballerinas will never go out of style, and they are comfortable enough to wear all day long. Recently made popular by the Tory Burch "Minnie Leather-Logo Travel Ballet". Great to wear while traveling and easy to pack. Unmistakably feminine.
Kitten / Low Heel Sandal or Pump: A kitten heel is a short stiletto heel, usually from 3.5 centimeters (1.5 inches) to 4.75 centimeters (1.75 inches) high, with a slight curve setting the heel in from the back edge of the shoe. Versatile and comfortable. These can go from jeans to super dressy and still navigate the night.
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That is my list. I purposely left out loafers (menswear-inspired), combat boots (yuck), mules (slide off my feet), and the basic rubber flop flop.
OK - What are your favorite?
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