I can see them with skinny jeans and some sort of frilly blouse but that’s not really my thing. I haven’t worn jeans in ages.posted over 2 years ago
Cute shoes! you can’t go wrong with a fitted black dress with a funky belt. They’re a feminine shoe so you could also go with a pencil skirt and a blouse tucked in, or you could channel the 1950s with a mid length circle skirt and blazer! i’d keep to block colours or minimal patterns so the shoes stand out. what colour are they, is it the same as in the pic?posted over 2 years ago
Maybe pull one of the colors out of the pattern and find a solid color dress to match or you could try a pair of rolled up boyfriend fit khakis and ruffle blouse in a bright solid color and a jacket…maybe denim? Here are some pics to check out….posted over 2 years ago
Thanks ladies. For some reason when I first put the link up I thought the shoes were a different color than mine but right now it’s showing my exact shoe, with the burgundy trim.
I have an A-line black dress with a little cowl neck, and burgundy tights.
And I have a frilly blouse and a pink bandage skirt that might look okay.
Either way, it snowed again last night so it looks like it’s no heels for me yet!posted over 2 years ago
I tried them on today with a romper…?
I don’t even know if I will actually ever wear them out because they hurt so much!posted over 2 years ago