How To Style Coloured Shoes

November 21, 2014

Choosing a statement pair of shoes can prove difficult for women who love their monochrome colours such as black and grey, but a change like this can easily influence your entire outfit. Wear a pair of statement heels on an evening out with a classic bandage dress, or simply accessorise a bold pair of flats for a casual day having brunch.

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Accessorise your shoes with the rest of your outfit if you want to ease into this popular trend. Not only will it tie-in your entire look together, but is a great way to turn heads without creeping out of your comfort zone.

How To Style Coloured Shoes

Classic styles

Opt for classic footwear to make the transition that much smoother. You’ll find yourself getting more wear out of the items in your wardrobe which aren’t necessarily too trendy. Add a fun pop of accessories to make this look feel genuine and a proper representation of your style.

How To Style Coloured Shoes

Mature silhouette

Easily balance-out your outfit by incorporating trendy items with classic silhouettes. A long tube skirt or an a-line skirt is always a great option when paired with a coloured heel – it makes the outfit look like a fusion of new and old!

How To Style Coloured Shoes


Who doesn’t love a bit of denim in their life? A classic white t-shirt and denim pants are the best foundation for any look you wish to create. Stilettos, pumps, flats, or even coloured sandals will pop on this outfit.

How To Style Coloured Shoes

Winter whites

Pair your favourite white blazer or pants with an eye catching shoe which is really effortless to pull off. A coloured trainer is a (painless) way to bring a bit of colour back into your life without hurting the state of your feet!

How To Style Coloured Shoes

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