Flowers are a complete indicative of spring. They are great for everything, and they can revive been the dullest of the outfits you could ever think of! However, there is no better way to treat florals, this spring/summer season, than in your feet. If you’re wondering how is that possible, read on because I wrote one of the most compelling guides on how to wear floral shoes, especially during the spring/summer season.
When the whole nature revives, when we all wake up from the winter cold and enter a new world in spring, our feet are the happiest as they will (FINALLY) manage to enjoy some air and some sun. Even our nails will be happy because we can paint them in all the colors of the rainbow.
Curious about the latest trends in terms of nails? Read this: 46 Nail Polish Colours To Try This Spring/Summer 2014!
Flowers go with everything, and they come in any shape, color or form, to make our days better. They are a perfect print for shoes, as they are feminine, interesting and somewhat girly. Besides this, floral shoes would completely get your outfit to stand out from the crowd.
Here are 10 ideas on how to wear floral shoes
How to wear floral brogues
Brogue about it
Classy and comfortable, brogues have always been a staple item any of us has to have in her wardrobe. They can be matched with everything and if you aim for a style á la francaise, brogues are almost a must in your wardrobe. Check out these floral ones and do not be afraid to dare! (I have a secret love for metallic toned brogues, they look absolutely fantastic)
How to wear floral flats
Flat it all out
Flats were, are and will always be a must in any woman’s wardrobe. They are comfortable, keep your feet healthy and nice, while at the same time make your outfit girly and nice. They are a good fit for anyone and they do not ruing your knees or your back as heels do. Flats are just perfect, for me they are my favorite type of shoes. They should be one of your go-to items in the whole wardrobe.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883495″]
How to wear floral heels
Get up on those heels
No guide on how to wear floral shoes would be complete without talking about high heels, right?!
Yet another staple in any woman’s wardrobe, when you say heels, you normally think of extremely elegant, chichi and stylish ones. However, summer introduces us to florals everywhere and heels did not miss their flowery train. Coming in a variety of colors and shapes, the floral heeled shoes are in trend and they are a must.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883500″]
Read all about the latest trends in terms of heels in our Latest Trends In Terms Of Shoe Fashion: Block Heel Sandals article.
How to wear floral boots
Boot that up
Spring/Summer is normally announced to be very warm, but you have to admit that there are days when rain calls for us to leave our open-foot shoes at home and put on some warmer shoes. These ones come in the shape of boots, whether shorter or longer (preferably shorter, it’s summer in the end!) these boots are edgy, yet feminine, giving your outfit a girlie punk vibe.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883505″]
How to wear floral sneakers
Sneak(er) them in
Sneakers, are everywhere, and here I am not referring to the recent craze for fitness and demand for a certain type of running sneakers, but to those comfortable vans or converse you might have at home. Get them out of the closet and give them a little walk on a cold summer evening, or on a warm summer walk.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883200″]
How to wear floral espadrilles
Espadrilles are a summer must
Besides sneakers, you can have these slip-on cute espadrilles. They also come in a myriad of forms, shapes and prints, but the floral ones make the most impact, being in accordance to the latest trends. It is hard to believe how much these shoes have taken so far, but the idea behind some of them is interesting, but they have never faded from fashion completely, offering us an easier, comfortable going out from out usual sneakers.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883335″]
Read all about our 8 Comfy TOMS Shoes , because these ones are a MUST.
How to wear floral sandals
Sandals are a girl’s best friend
It is summer, so sandals are more than a must. It is the time to get those pretty nails out and to enjoy the warmth of the sun go through your fingers. It is amazing how many beautiful flowered sandals are available on the market. I have never had any, but they are on my “to buy” list from now on.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883515″]
How to wear floral designer shoes
Designers always surpass themselves in terms of floral trends, they are either added on, or beautifully constructed into prints on their shoes. Usually during catwalks, it is the clothes that steal the deal, but taking a look closer, the shoes should be. Made with majestic care and beautiful materials, these designer shoes, take the floral trend to another level.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883565″]
Check it all out in our Spring/ Summer 2014 Ready-To-Wear: Mary Katrantzou article.
How to wear flower accessories on sandals
Just add flowers
The floral trend is not only in a print version, but also in the added flowers version. These beautiful shoes will rock your tanned legs and get the best out of this floral trend. Do not be afraid to experiment, and why not do your own DIY flowers to put on your shoes. It will make them stand out from the crowd and you will have one of a kind beauties to cherish and love this season.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883545″]
How to wear floral stilettos
Point it out
Whether they are flats of heeled shoes, there is no secret that the pointed toe shoes are in. In and out of fashion, these shoes make a statement on their own, but when paired to a floral print, they are even more amazing. Personally, I prefer the heeled pointy toe shoes, but the flats are not to disconsider.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”883540″]
When the spring/summer season takes over, life simply gets better, don’t you think?
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