Monday, October 1, 2007
Flat-Out Flirty: How to wear flat shoes with style
At last, abused, cramped, flat feet everywhere can sigh with relief. The trend of wearing ballet flats has carried over from last season, and there's no sign that it's abating. Whether you're dressing up for a date or dressing down for lunch with your friends, these sweet styles don't just provide relief from painful high heels, they look great too. Look for a variety of colors, embellishments, toe shapes and patterns to instantly boost the basics in your closet. You'll have the perfect solution to that "I haven't had time to get a pedicure and can't show my toes" dilemma that we all face on occasion. Here's the "lowdown" on wearing flats.
Despite what you may initially think, sequined, beaded and metallic flats are definitely "black-tie worthy." Take a sophisticated approach to dressing up with comfort and style by pairing your flats with a lace wrap dress, shiny slip dress or taffeta skirt. Wouldn't it be nice to make it through an evening of dining and dancing without having to take your shoes off or nurse a throbbing blister? These metallic trim sequined flats by C. Label ($190) will complement any outfit, day or night.
Available at ShopBop.com.