Warmer weather on the rise so bare feet is in. There are a few guidelines that need to be kept in mind when wearing flat footwear. Following them will make a pair of flats look fashionable and cool.
Flats usually have a simple style, which is the main reason behind so many women not preferring them. This problem can be combated by selecting the right kind of flats. Choosing flats in bright, lively colors and in lush materials could add just that right look to your outfit.
Metallic colors like gold, silver and copper are very much in vogue currently, in terms of footwear. These colors would play a significant role in making the footwear appear more fashionable and in playing down their simplicity. In case you feel that flat footwear makes your feet look large, you should avoid thick soles and large buckles. Instead, go for petite and fashionable flat footwear would add a dash of feminity.
Embellishments such as bows, buckles, stones, straps, etc. can be added to flat footwear to increase their style quotient. With the right kind of adornment, flats can look just as stylish as high heels! However, it is advisable to be prudent with the embellishments, and not end up over-decorating the shoes.
Dressing up in flowy, flowery, feminine clothes helps to a great extent in playing down the simplicity of flat footwear. It is a wise idea to wear a layered skirt, Capri’s or a top with puffed sleeves when you are wearing simple flat footwear.
Flats make the legs look shorter. Hence, it would be advisable to wear shorter skirts when you are wearing flats, which give a longer look to your legs.
It is considered a fashion mistake to wear flats with dresses that end at the knee. Instead, flats could be teamed with skirts that end just at the ankle and do not trail below them.
Shorter pant hemlines:
Due care needs to be exercised when wearing flats with pants. If the hemline of the pants is too long, it tends to drag and get soiled and, consequently, tear. It is thus advisable to wear pants with a shorter hemline when wearing flat footwear.