Every woman should own at least one pair of sky-high dancing shoes, which are the must-have for a night out. So, if you’re on the search for the perfect pair this summer, shop from a few of our favourite picks below – they won’t disappoint, especially if you need the extra height!
A pair of nude coloured sandals are a must-have for the summer… Why? Not only do they match almost every single outfit combination and aren’t too in-your-face, but they also give the illusion of longer legs.
Nude sandals won’t cut off your leg at the ankle, but rather, will slim down the entire area and blend in with your skin tone. To keep your foot from sliding forward, use a sticky cushion and apply it into the arch of the shoe.
Siren Ivette, $139.95
Want to add a little edginess into your accessories? Cut out heels are the perfect way to show a little extra skin without of course, going over the top. Stick with regular black for an everyday heel, or something dramatic like a deep red or nude is always another option. Wear with anything from a sexy evening dress, to a tube skirt for work. The possibilities are endless!
Aquazzura Sexy Thing Sandals, $495
If your closet mainly consists of black, white, and grey then a little texture is exactly what your shoes might need. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you might find yourself looking at coloured shoes which aren’t your style – instead, look for interesting patterns and materials which will make your outfit pop.
Wittner Dunley Pumps, $179.95
A loud party sandal is the best way to inject a little colour into your outfit during the summer time. Choose a thicker heel so you feel more stable (for lunch, dinner, and evening drinks), plus they’re so much easier to walk in.
Miss KF Faye, $130
And finally, who can resist a comfortable wedge? Nobody! You can really experiment with wedges in summer, so why not try a pair combined with the best bits of an espadrille. Cork heel, navy, red and white are the most traditional types of wedges, and fit perfectly into the summer theme this year.
ALDO Maslianico, $89.95
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