Every shoe wardrobe should consist of the basics and by that I mean black and nude for sure. Of course I believe adding a leopard print or snakeskin is always a win with any ensemble. So what would be a great addition to your spring shoe wardrobe? I 100% believe a new neutral you can add is pink. Pink? Yes,pink. Any shade will do! Flamingo. Rose. Dragon Fruit. Bubblegum. Peony. Fuchsia. ALL SHADES OF PINK. Pink works with everything. I was scrolling a few days ago on the Stuart Weitzman website when I came across the Anny pump (seen above) in flamingo! It’s a beautiful shade of pink. You may be hesitant adding a bold color to your wardrobe, but when worn with for example a monochromatic outfit the power of the shade tones down.
I also don’t believe you need to be super-girly or feminine to own a pair either. Julie Pelipas is a perfect example of a woman whose personal style is not girly, but she still knows how to rock a pair.
If your closet is full of neutral shades, then adding a touch of pink will be a great way to add some color. I want you to look at a pink heel the same way you would at a black heel. Works with other neutrals such as white, navy, grey, tan and I love the idea of wearing a pink heel with a great pair of jeans. Don’t forget about bold prints, stripes, and polka dots. The list is never ending. Pink heels will give you endless outfit options.
you know who appreciates a pink shoe? Victoria beckham.
POTENTIAL pink shoe ADDITIONS
Stuart Weitzman SHOP HERE.
MICHAEL Michael Kors SHOP HERE.
Paul Andrew SHOP HERE.
Zara SHOP HERE.
Sergio Rossi SHOP HERE.
Sam Edelman SHOP HERE.
Thanks so much for reading! Let me know if you add a pair of pink heels to your spring wardrobe! Would also love to know how you style them. 🙂
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