In a previous article I had explained the 10 indispensable clothing for a perfect wardrobe. Today, however, I speak of shoes. Since the style of a person you perceive it from the models wearing here is what are the 5 pairs of shoes are essential and which ones to avoid.
5 pairs of shoes absolutely essential to have
Ballet flats or loafers
Not all love the dancers will do so for many reasons that are replaceable with nice loafers. Both models try to choose at least one heel of 2 cm in order to slim the figure while remaining comfortable. The dancers classic and timeless and will always remember that the round tip and do not follow the trends dictated by various brand bored.
From left to right: Charlotte Olympia, Porselli, Chloé, Fendi and Gucci.
Whether leather or patent leather are perfect with any combination and always adding a touch of sobriety and elegance but to be really sophisticated and classy are the best in suede or pony, it’s real or fake.
From left to right: Gianvito Rossi, Burberry, Christian Louboutin, Manolo Blahnik and Rupert Sanderson.
Immediately make elegant and evening every your look. The more and more the effect jewel “WOW” will be guaranteed.
From left to right: René Caovilla, Burberry, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin and René Caovilla.
Essential for those days when you want to stay comfortable and move with total freedom without sacrificing wear a must have. If you do not have to explicitly choose a physical activity classic models on which pick any colors and patterns. In this case, Converse, Adidas Original Superga and will always remain the best sneakers.
From left to right: Converse, Adidas Stan Smith, Superga.
They must be simple enough to wear it with a skirt and with in a nice pair of pants. Must bind you as little as possible and be careful not to make you squeeze the calf area to a far from pleasing to the eye.
From left to right: Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Givenchy, Alexander Wang and Yves Saint Laurent.
5 pairs of shoes to avoid
Shoes white you have to understand they have ever really guess at least you’re not married or do not have 13 years. My answer on this is always a nice categorical NO. Sorry.
From left to right: Giuseppe Zanotti, YSL, Jimmy Choo, Alexander McQueen and Gianvito Rossi.
Models slave in part, by using them while being careful not to make it look like a sausage leg crushed, shoes with ankle straps tend to create a “severed leg.” Be careful, they do not look good at all especially those who have the big ankle. Make no mistake best to avoid these models.
From left to right: Alexander Wang, Charlotte Olympia, Miu Miu, Tom Ford and Lanvin.
I hate excessive plateau and all types of platform shoes, now you know, weight and figure involgariscono both you and the whole outfit. No saved. They will go out of fashion, help you walk well on a high heel but they have a nice effect to the eye and not class. Then, moreover, are tastes.
From left to right: Brian Atwood, Christian Louboutin, Giuseppe Zanotti, Gucci and Prada.
Too pointy tips
Were fashionable centuries ago, some articles remained, but when they are extremely pointed models are to be avoided because after some use the tip tends to rise obviously being empty since the fingers do not get to fill it, and the effect of court jester is assured. Be careful when you buy them.
From left to right: Gianvito Rossi, Malone Souliers, Manolo Blahnik, Paul Andrew and Oscar de la Renta.
A heel that exceeds what is “graciously granted” of 12 cm is extremely vulgar and are harmful to the spine. Do not believe you slancino smagriscano or more of a heel 10, they are just urban legends and then exclude decently know to walk without looking like robots.
From left to right: Casadei, Giuseppe Zanotti, Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Louboutin and Proenza.
And with my advice boring style of etiquette and good manners I’m done for today. How you are made indispensable shoes? And with those to be avoided instead? What do you think? Do you agree or without plateau you can not still live? I know, I’m too old school, forgive me!