Fashion Week of Innovation
Shoes, shoes, shoes! Yes, I am a shoe addict.
I don't know what it is about shoes, but for some reason, the word "enough" does not exist.
Therefore, if the latter is true, buying can not be the answer, and becoming wiser, and more creative is no longer a choice, but a necessity.
Here are my shoe styling tips that curbed my addiction into a creative method of shoe styling!
1.) Ankle Bracelets
Ankle bracelets are an easy way to add character to any shoe. Whether it maybe boots, heels or sandals, it can be worn easily and matched to your other jewelry or outfits.
A simple bow makes any shoe look instantly sweeter. Just tie it around your ankle or loop it through a strap, it is an easy way to change up your shoe.
3.) Permanent Markers
Drawing on my shoes, is something I have done since I was a kid. Now a days, with my colorful variety of permanent markers, drawing on shoes, has become an art form.
Add your mark on your shoes, and let it inspire you all day.
4.) Leg Warmers
Leg warmers not only keep your legs warmer, but add a new life to any shoe. If you live in a colder region, you are aware of how certain types of shoes, are just not practical to wear, during Autumn/Winter.
My favorite is, leather leg warmers, and they have been seen all over the runway. They are an absolute must, if you love wearing your stiletto heels. They turn any low ankle shoe, into an amazing high cut boot.
5.) Socks with Fur Embellishments
I personally love boots with a bit of fur embellishment. It is very tempting to buy a fur embellished boot even though you have one just like it, minus the fur. The solution?
Fur trimmed socks. It is seriously the most genius creation that peeks out of every heel, ankle boot, and Mary Jane. It is also a fun way to warm up a strappy stiletto heel.
6.) Fun Knee High Socks
Gladiator shoes or leather cut out boots are sexy in the Summer, and fun in the Winter?
I love, wearing fun socks, that slightly peek through the holes of these type of shoes. Wearing funky socks simply on its own, can make you look like a clown, but paired behind leather cutouts gives a very cool effect. It's a bit like stained glass, where small bits of color peek through the black cut out structure.