Whether you’re a shoe lover or you feel like a misfit when it comes to shoes, one thing is certain: we all wear them. Today I’m going to cover building a footwear wardrobe for easy dressing. Wouldn’t it be great to have a full-service footwear wardrobe? It’s important that you have a shoe wardrobe that carries you from work, through the weekend, and beyond. The options are endless when it comes to styles, colors, heel heights, and comfort based on your needs.
I want you to feel confident that you’re in the right pair and of course, comfortable. Here are six categories to consider when building a footwear wardrobe for easy dressing.
Building Your Footwear Wardrobe for Easy Dressing
Flat boots or flat booties are perfect for active days. Whether you’re working in a casual setting, attending your children’s (child’s) activities, or running errands, they’re up to the challenge of your busy life. Choose a style or styles that compliment your personal style. You may like a Chelsea boot or a riding boot if you like classic looks. Maybe you prefer a boot with western details. If you like variety in your life, you’ll want to have boots or booties in more than one color and style. Once your neutral-colored needs are covered (like brown, black, camel, or charcoal), don’t be afraid to purchase boots in pops of color. –>To view a few more flat boot and bootie styles, click here to browse and shop the catalog.
Dressy boots are a must-have for women who enjoy a more alluring or glamorous look. This boot is generally more elegant and heeled. It’s perfect for a professional and business casual outfit. They also pair well with fabrics like lace, velvet, brocade or jacquard. This boot is generally close-fitting to the ankle and calf and also come in stretchy fabrics. –>To view a few more dressy boot styles, click here to browse and shop the catalog.
Dressy flats are great with casual pieces, like jeans and sweaters or with polished office outfits. What makes a flat dressy is in the details. Look for shoes that are beaded, have sequins, ornate buckles, or bows. They could be pointed toe flats, T-straps or ankle wrapped with a metallic, patent leather, velvet, animal print, or lace finish. The possibilities are endless when it comes to dressy flats! –>To view a few more dressy flat styles, click here to browse and shop the catalog.
Pumps are a nice finishing touch to a business casual and professional ensemble. Heel heights vary depending on your comfort, style, and needs. Closed Toe and typically low-to-mid heights work best in work environment. They can be slingbacks or have ankle wraps. The block-heeled pump is a great addition to this season’s trends. If you have an event or gala a higher, more slender-heeled pumps can look dressy and more elegant. –>To view a few more pump styles, click here to browse and shop the catalog.
Oxfords are a popular choice if you prefer something dressier than a sneaker, and want more of a menswear look in your shoes. The fact that you can get more of a personalized fit with the laces is a bonus. An oxford looks sharp with trousers, ankle pants, or rolled up jeans. I’ve even witnessed it put together with skirts. You’ll discover this style comes in a variety of textures, materials, and colors. They may be adorned with tassels, have lug soles, or be heeled. –>To view a few more oxford styles, click here to browse and shop the catalog.
The sneaker offers a modern look plus comfort, and is purely for casual occasions. When you’re looking for style and comfort in a shoe you can wear all day, you can pick from a laced or slip on sneakers. You can get a pair that looks athletic, or you can go for sneakers in materials like embossed snakeskin, leopard print, or velvet. If your style is sporty or fashion-forward, you may want a few pairs of this style. –>To view a few more sneaker styles, click here to browse and shop the catalog.
Are there any shoes you feel are missing from your wardrobe
to complete an outfit and look put together?
If you’ve read through these categories, you may have already discovered where you need to focus to get the shoe wardrobe that works for you. I’d love to help you update your shoes and be sure you have what you need. Knowing exactly what to buy, will save you so much money and time!
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