Everyone knows that black shoes are everything and everywhere.
Black goes with each and every ensemble meaning it is important that your shoe closet has an extensive range of gorgeous shoes in this divine colour. Whilst bold and vibrant shades, patterns and extravagant colour clashes are all too tempting they are limited in their appearances.
It's time the black classic shoe takes over your wardrobe and ensures that your on trend style is the talk of the city.
Whats the point in perfecting your workwear wardrobe if your shoes are anything but fabulous? The perfect everyday footwear isn't a desire but a necessity. Every working woman should own a pair of plain black stilettos that can be worn on an every day basis. Not too high, not too low but most of all bearable. Fabulous shoes aren't fabulous if you struggle to walk by the end of the day!
There is nothing I love more than a pair of chic black pointed courts. Not only do they instantly add formality to your ensemble but you can always experiment with the many variations and styles our favourite fashion retailers have to offer. I adore my black and gold points. Whilst they are perfect, and appropriate, for the office they also have a little personality with a gold tip on both the point and heel. This can act as a touch of accessorising if your ensemble is lacking a little glam.
Whilst heels are my favourite it is simply impossible to wear them everyday. Sometimes a pair of flats is extremely welcome in your life. Flats are my favourite for when it's time to dress down, whether you are going to the movies, shopping or just simply flaunting your amazing off duty style. A pair of black flats are a wardrobe staple and for the obvious reason ... there is no denying they are comfortable and co-ordinate with everything.
These are my favourite type of shoes. This is where your investment should lie by buying a divine pair of black heels. I opted for the So Kate black Louboutins that I only wear on occasion. These are what I define as a power wardrobe staple as they change the way you act, provide you with confidence and of course make your feet look amazing. This is where I believe height matters but once again as long as you can walk. These are the type of shoes you would wear to a wedding, a corporate business meeting or a high society event. They can transform an ensemble and more importantly the way you feel.
Any fashionista will agree that a classic shoe is a platform black stiletto. Platforms with block heels that are sky high are sexy, sleek and completely sassy. A block heel makes them easier to walk in and the extra height adds length to your flawless pins. Not to mention these are a date night go to.
Just because your heels are black does not mean you cannot have the opportunity to experiment. Whilst courts are a go to, especially for daywear, when it comes to evening we desire something that little bit sassier. Why not experiment with different fastenings, heel heights and skin exposure. These are the shoes that have every one surrounding you staring in admiration.
When it comes to Christmas, birthdays you name it, it is important your feet are looking extra fabulous. Instead of going out and buying a new pair of shoes to go with each new ensemble stick with one signature pair. I bought a pair of Miss Selfridge platforms nearly three years ago and to this day they only make an appearance during the festive season, but I never tire of them.
Black boots are a wardrobe item that I buy every single year. I wear them that often that the heel will last no longer. Whilst I always opt for a heeled pair of boots, with black being my go to colour, it is also important to own some flats. Whilst these are of course perfect for going casual they also come in useful when we suffer from those rainy Autumn days (i'm from England!) and therefore can also be worn for work! All in all your wardrobe will suffer if you are missing a pair (I wear them that often!).
Do you agree darlings?
Black shoes are necessary and timeless.
Take this classic idea and transform it into 21st century trend.