Posts Tagged ‘Black Shoes’

BLACK HEELS | DAY & NIGHT

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DAY When wearing black heels during the day, you want to steer clear of thick straps and extreme heel height. Honestly, the more minimal the better when it comes to black heels during the day. I always think that a thin ankle strap is the way to go. When the feet look bare you can pair the heels with distressed denim, patterns and light layers for cooler weather. If you have a heavier heel you usually would style your look more minimal, less clothing, body hugging and with simple patterns.

NIGHT When styling your nighttime outfit, always be a little bit bolder. Choose a black heel that has an intricate pattern, like a gladiator style or cage heel. This will amp up your look and you can impress your friends with your styling tricks. Choose your outfit based around the heels. Try wearing a simple black dress or if you feel a bit more adventurous try a dress with a bright, bold pattern.

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Little Black Shoe: Classic Flat

Next up in our series of LBS is the classic black flat. Although we love heels and wish to wear them every day sometimes we feel like grounding ourselves and having a day of comfort. When that’s the case, every girl should have a classic black flat that they can turn to.

LBS-black flat

We are obsessed with the “Rennona” by Jessica Simpson. It brings a modern spin to the classic flat with its cut out sides, waffle texture, and patent leather shine. Pick any of our little black flats and you’ll be sure to turn heads whether you’re at work or out on the town with your girlfriends!

Why We Love Corso Como

We love Corso Como for many reasons. For starters, Corso Como shoes are hand crafted. All of these shoes are made of the highest quality materials and these styles are always current, trendy and easily wearable with anything. This week I’m into the relaxed look. I want to throw on a tank, a pair of my comfiest jean shorts, and go! So to go with my ensemble I’ve chosen the Gaddy, which comes in black or cognac. The Gaddy is easily transferred from casual to dressy with the simple change of an outfit or accessories. I love that it’s a little bit edgy with a girly touch.

Corso Como "Gaddy"