The first step in picking the greatest shoes is to select the footwear that complements rather than competes with your outfit.
We usually advise wearing busy shoes with simple outfits and simple shoes with apparel with a lot of designs, decorations, or dramatic accessories. Finding shoes that match your outfit without dominating or overpowering it can be difficult, but the reality is that it’s a simple balancing act.
Do you notice that one part of your outfit stands out more than the others when you gaze in the mirror?
Is your ensemble too jumbled? Are your shoes’ sequins fighting with the crystals on your dress?
Do your shoes and clothes tend to merge? Do your black slacks, black turtleneck, and black booties make you look like you’re wearing one continuous bodysuit?
If you responded “yes” to any of the above questions, the simplest method to put together a coherent look is to try on another pair of shoes and repeat the process.
The occasion to wear the best shoe
It doesn’t matter how gorgeous they are, how comfy they are, or how cheap they were when you purchased them if they don’t fit the event, the atmosphere, or the occasion, they are the wrong shoes, at least temporarily.
Glitzy evening shoes aren’t appropriate for the office, and flip-flops aren’t appropriate for a formal function. So, how do you decide which shoes to wear?
The most basic strategy is to wear plain loafers or ballet flats for casual outings and classic heels shoes for formal occasions but that can get a little dull. If you want to be safe without succumbing to monotony, stick to the tried-and-true styles but choose a new colour or a pair decorated with a trendy buckle or another accent.
If you want to make a more dramatic statement, combine stilettos with your jeans and sandals with your suits but stick to shoes that are well-suited to your environment to avoid attracting the wrong kind of attention.
Consider the events and locations of the day. For example, if you’re going to the park, you generally won’t be wearing heels but work and formal gatherings are where you need to pay attention to what shoes you wear.
Dressing according to shoes
Of course, you’ll wear evening sandals when it’s cold outside, and you might even wear flip-flops long after summer’s officially ended but if you’re wearing Fall attire, the best approach to find a pair of complementary shoes is to look for shoes that seem like Fall shoes.
A pair of brocade pumps, for example, will appear far more at home with a velvet evening suit than a pair of tiny sandals, and those suede boots you wore all winter should be stored with your thick jackets.
However, some shoes, such as leather pumps, are multi-seasonal, and there’s no reason you can’t wear open toes into the Fall if the weather permits.
Appropriate colours with the right outfit
Although black shoes are incredibly adaptable, we believe that the true reason for their popularity is because individuals are terrified of picking the wrong colour shoes for their outfit.
But believe us when we say that coloured shoes are an excellent way to add colour to your wardrobe. You can wear shoes in hues that you wouldn’t put near your face otherwise.
Here are some suggestions for which shoe colours work well with various outfits.
- Black shoes go with almost everything, except pastels and earth tones, but even then, black shoes can be a dynamic choice if black is used elsewhere in the outfit.
- Brown shoes can work with a variety of colours, including tan, brown, beige, orange, greens, and darker earth tones.
- Whites, light neutrals, and pastels are all good choices for cream/taupe shoes.
- Light neutrals, brights, and pastels go well with white sneakers.
- Pastel colours and white, black, blues, and purples go well with silver shoes.
- Gray shoes include blacks, blues, greys, reds, purples, and yellows.
- Gold shoes blend nicely with greens, reds, and browns, and they also look excellent with black and white.
Even less prevalent shoe colours are easy to coordinate with your outfit. If you used colour in your attire, you can use it again in your shoes. If the shoe colour doesn’t match your outfit, you can rely on colour theory rules like matching “values” (deep with deep, light with light, etc.).
A colour wheel is used by artists to determine how one colour will interact with another. When complementary colours (those opposite each other on the colour wheel) are combined, they produce a striking contrast, whereas colours that are next to each other provide a more harmonious look.
Oxygen Shoes in Pakistan has a wide variety of colours in every kind of shoe, whether it’s pumps, heel shoes, flats, sneakers, or whatnot. It’s always better to check out one store and get everything under one roof.