Get some stylish summery shoes
If you want a respite from closed winter shoes then the latest trends in summer sandals are the perfect option to flaunt those pedicured feet. So, tuck away your boots and make room in your closet for bright wedges, funky platforms and easy-going flats.fashion and trends Updated: Mar 27, 2011 00:44 IST
If you want a respite from closed winter shoes then the latest trends in summer sandals are the perfect option to flaunt those pedicured feet. So, tuck away your boots and make room in your closet for bright wedges, funky platforms and easy-going flats. Talking about ever popular wedges, they will add good inches to your height. However, it’s not an easy trend to carry off throughout the day because of the towering heels.
On the other hand, flat sandals get the maximum vote when it comes to comfort and wearability, but could pass on as too casual. If you’re looking for a mix of glamour and comfort, then go for sturdy platforms in which you will get the desired inches whilst not having to worry much about aching arches. So go ahead and pick up what suits you best. These sandals will make sure that your summer look is complete.
The 70s’ wedges can never go out of the fashion Bible. For those who are fond of wearing heels but are afraid to walk in sky high stilettos, wedges are the safest bet. Pair your wedges with trendy wide legged trousers or high waist flared jeans to give the illusion of long legs to your silhouette.
The popular platforms were missing from the fashion runway and high streets for a while. But the good news is they’re back with a bang and that too in different avatars. These simply elevate the base of the shoe to a couple of extra inches. Team up the platforms with calf length skirts and shift dresses.
Think about flat sandals and the city stores are abuzz with tons of options. From Kolhapuri
, flat gladiators to mettalic straps — you can get spoilt for the choice. It’s a must-have summer accessory, not only do they look trendy but they are also most comfortable when it comes to a long day of work. Pair them with jeans, long skirts or short shorts — everything goes easily with flats.