There\'s no doubt that some of us women have an addiction to beautiful shoes. I, the writer, am no exception. However, I\'m no risk taker when it comes to footwear until one clear blue-skied day when I purchased my initial pair of purple ankle boots. From that day on, my black, white and nude shoes were accompanied by much more-than-needed quantity of purple shoes.
I was confronted by a girlfriend that my purple shoes assortment will not be sensible and that the shoes will be happier if I just donated or market some of them to another person i.e. the "nicely-intentioned" girlfriend. Becoming my difficult-headed self, I set myself to show my girlfriend wrong - that I could certainly get fantastic mileage out of my purple shoes. After all, purple is a regal, sophisticated colour that will produce depth and dimension to anything you put on... correct?
I stored it classic and secure with my initial experiment with my shoes purple the day following I purchased them buttoned down white shirt tucked into a pencil skirt. I was sporting my normal office clothing but as I trotted around the office, I noticed heads turning and people complementing that I\'m rockin\' these medium-heeled purple ankle boots!
After a successful initial day in them, I determined to place them on again for a night out with my parents throughout the weekend. I was looking for informal stylish, so I threw on my preferred flowy cream tunic and dark-cleaned skinny jeans tucked below the boots. The pop of purple combined with the yellow added sass to an otherwise simple, informal look.
Inside a thirty day period following I purchased my initial purple ankle boots, I discovered myself in possession of two beautiful heels. There I was with these beauties but nothing to put on them with (or so I believed). A blue and purple combo works thanks to the colour blocking trend. Just like that, my styling block was lifted. You can also attempt this technique with other complementary colors like oranges and pinks! Because I wanted my purple shoes to be the focal stage, I stored my clothing simple: the purple sequined heels was worn with a strong blue sheath gown while a white shirt and pink midi skirt was topped off with a pair of lilac platform pumps.
Among the few pairs of purple shoes that I own, I probably put on this pair the most. They can go from carefree and informal to classic stylish. Not to mention, they are ft friendly. For a informal and calming day out, pair your purple ballet flats with a flowy tee and capri pants or shorts. Glam up easily for the office or a day night with a midi skirt, a fitted cardigan and ballerina flats. You can also put on your ballet flats with pencil pants or layer your outfit with some leggings for these outfits.