White shoes are something we’ve slowly been collecting over the last few months — though they stick out like a sore thumb in the sea of black boots sitting at the bottom of our closets, we think they’re just as significant of a staple. You can wear white sneakers to contrast an all-black outfit, white platforms to break up pastel hues, white sandals to complete a head-to-toe white look. Truly, the possibilities are endless!!! Anywhere you could wear black shoes, you could swap for white.
Now, we recognize it can be a bit daunting to stray away from your usual footwear routine and put on a pair that’s literally the opposite of what you’d normally choose, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to welcome you into the wonderful world of white via 3 cross-coordinated outfit sets – Call It Spring shoes included.
The first is what we’d wear on ~a night on the town~ because #dancingheels and #dancingdresses. Please also take note of our hair cross coordinating with our clothes. Though this is not a requirement to wear white stilettos, it’s definitely an added bonus that you should attempt to emulate on your own. Just grab your bestie/somebody from the street, have them dye their hair to match your dress, and keep them beside you at all times. Trust us, you’ll look smashing together on the dance floor.
A casual walk in the park or any other casual outing requires casual sneakers. We decided to play with sheers, stripes, and straps to amp up our casual outfits. We’ve also got a handful of plastic flowers – which are once again not required although they make things significantly more fun.
Last but not least’s a couple o’ leather-laden looks that we’re not quite sure has a theme as discernable as the rest. Is it brunch attire? Festivalwear? Picnic garb? The answer is all of the above; applicable to a number of different occasions, these outfits are something you can just throw on any given summer day. Don’t forget your white shoes to tie together your collar or the print in your blouse!
How do you wear white shoes?