Gold footwear is not something extraordinary today. It's rather a staple that has confidently settled both in fashion trends and in fashionistas' wardrobes. Still don't have your golden pair? Go on and fill in this fashion gap in your style. Once you get your first pair of gold shoes, you'll start a lifetime love affair with gold footwear. In our latest collection, we have sandals and courts, mules and ankle boots, loafers and wedges, trainers and flats in all possible shades of gold to match both special occasions and give a precious metallic touch to your casual outfits. When it comes to shoes, no need to resist the gold rush, simply go for it.
Wear Gold Shoes Beyond Party Time
When you dress up for some special event or a party, you scrupulously pick not only the clothing but also the footwear to polish your look to perfection. And whether you need to stick to some sort of a party dress code or have no strict dressing rules to follow, gold shoes will be surely on the list of statement shoes to choose from for the evening. And what about wearing a sparkly pair beyond party time? Many gals steer away from wearing gold shoes casually and it’s a big loss. Gold shoes go with everything and you can safely and easily wear them beyond party time.
Footwear in gold is beautiful and attractive, it’s a fact. Immediately drawing attention, golden shoes can become a focal point of your outfit and add a glam touch to the most basic looks. Thus, a pair of gold court shoes in some deeper and darker shades of gold can give a totally different refreshing spin to an office suit or a solid sheath dress you wear for a business meeting or formal dinner.
For many of us, gold shoes are heeled shoes. And heeled designs really look very exquisite and sophisticated, yet gold shoes are much more than that. Gold ballets in classy styles work wonders with both distressed washed out jeans and with elegant high-rise trousers. Gold flat sandals or mules will perfectly complement summer skirts, dresses, and airy linen suits or trousers. Gold sneakers and loafers will lend a chic touch to sporty and street-style looks. Gold ankle boots feel a bit trickier to wear due to the fuller coverage they provide. However, you’ll be surprised just how edgy and fashion-forward the flair they give to a monochromatic look in deeper shades of darker colours.
When it comes to colour matching, gold shoes should be regarded as neutral, which means you can try them with any colour, from staple basics like black, grey, brown, and white to brighter and richer ones. The only rule to remember is that: less is more. So, if you want a balanced elegant look with gold shoes, avoid using too many gold accessories and details in a single outfit.