Thursday, 27 November 2014 00:00

Shoes worth the ‘soul’

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SHoes worth the soul

Needless to say, buying shoes to match all the clothes in your closet is not exactly realistic and needlessly unworkable. The all you can do is - get a hold of these five pairs of shoes, which are sure to go well with anything you wear on any day. Shoo away (pun intended) the stuff that breaks your bank and opt for these absolute must-haves.

Flat thong sandals

Having flat thong sandals in basic colors can really simplify your footwear dilemmas. They complement all outfits, be it floral printed pants or a simple plain kurta. They are perfect for day-time wear.

 

Wedges

It’s not difficult to see why more women are opting to leave their heels in the closet in favor of a great wedge. If you’re wondering whether to add a pair of shoes to your closet, then you should recognize that wedges aren’t only comfortable but are also more stress-free. Plus, wedges can be worn where heels might feel out of place.

 

Wedges and thongs

 

Classic pumps

These are absolutely essentials. One needs to own one black pair and one nude pair of these versatile beauties. They really are your best bet when transitioning from a day to night look. Pointy flats are seriously in vogue these days.

 

Classic Pumps

 

Gladiator sandals

Channel your inner warrior with gladiator sandals. They are sexy and bold and have the ability to boost your outfit. With a pair of these on, you will be all set to triumph over the work.

 

Stilettos

Investing in a fine pair of stilettos is always worth it. Wearing them provides an instant dose of glamour. Combining the shoe with a towering skinny heel and you instantly has better-looking calves; leaner legs and a sassy wobble to your walk.

 

Stilletos and Gladiators

 

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Saman Javed

Saman Javed was working as a Life and Style journalist at The Express Tribune and before that, she also worked for SHE Magazine.

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