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8 Types of Shoes Every Woman Should Own

31 August 2016

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Fashion is always changing and footwear is a big part of it. However, there are a few types of shoes that you should always own, either for a more casual setting or for a white-tie event. In this post we help you figure out which ones should be your go-to shoes.

We’ll start with the most obvious one: the basic black pump. This shoe goes with almost everything and can save you from an embarrassing I-don’t-have-anything-that-matches quite easily. Another big advantage is that you can find this shoe in almost every footwear store.

If you’re not a heels type of person, ballet flats are your saviours for both a casual & formal setting. Even if you usually wear high heels, having ballet flats definitely helps with feet pain. And they always look good on everyone.

Metallic Heels are a must for a night out. They’re classy and timeless and they look good with a lot of outfits.

For those sporty days, nothing better than sneakers. They’re comfortable and casual, so even if you decide to wear them for a walk in the park, they will look good.

Sandals – the optimal summer shoe. You can combine them with a dress, shorts or other type of light clothing.

Another choice is a pair of moccasins. They can be used in formal and casual outings. Plus, they’re very comfortable and let your feet breathe properly, especially if you buy leather shoes (tip: do buy them!).

For those gloomy and rainy days, get boots. Chelsea boots are a great option to buy, since they’re very adaptable to any outfit.

Finally, don’t forget your statement shoes. Those are the shoes that you wear when you want the clothes to fit the shoes, not the other way around.

Did we forget anything? What type of shoes would you add?


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