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Tips to Choose The Perfect Shoes To Complement Your Dress

You might have a pair of heels and a beautiful dress that looks amazing individually, but when styled together they don’t complement each other.

Heels come in numerous sizes and shapes. With a myriad of options out there, finding the most suitable heel to complement an outfit can sometimes seem challenging. Whether you are dressing up for a night out with friends or an office meeting, explore the various types of shoes and how you can style them with different outfits.

Block Heels

Chunky heels with a cylindrical or square appearance are called block heels. The shape of the heel distributes the body weight evenly, ensuring comfort with style. Block heels look incredible with casual skirts, skinny jeans, and dress silhouettes. 

Boots

We always think of winter when talking about boots. But it is time to eliminate that stereotype because they can also add charm to your fall outfit. You can style knee-length, over-the-knee, or ankle-length boots with a pair of denim and leather jackets, short as well as long dresses, skinny jeans, and more. The outfit choices with boots are limitless.

Slingbacks

Slingbacks feature a thin strap around the heel—to secure the foot inside. These shoes keep the foot’s bridge bare for a straightforward and elongated look. You may also style closed-toe slingbacks with your office attire.

Kitten Heels

If you are searching for heels with low impact—to style with your selvedge denim or slip dress—kitten heels are what you need. They are short stiletto heels that go incredibly well with office attire, pantsuits, denim jeans, skirts, and dresses.

Slip Ons

These comfortable shoes were once considered dull, old-fashioned, and uncool. But slip-ons proved everyone wrong. They are now considered comfortable, stylish, and urbane. Slip-ons come in neon and other fun colors. Slip-ons go well with short or long summer dresses and can also be styled with T-shirts and shorts.

Mules

Mules are like slip-ons—available in different textures (like canvas or suede) and varying heights. This shoe type is backless, and you can style them with midi skirts and summer dresses.

Gladiators

Gladiators go well with most dresses—especially the ones that end near the calves. The knee-length gladiators with strings look amazing with boho-style shorts and dresses, and can also be paired with long knee-length dresses.

Follow these fashion tips to look impeccable on every occasion.

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