What shoes are suitable for the different types of clothing



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The style of clothing forms the first notion of a particular person. It is important how you dress and how you combine colors, not only in the clothing, but also how you combine your clothes and shoes.

 
The classic style which is always in fashion is characterized by conservatism and rigor. The models are elegant, the colors are black, white and neutral tones, and for this style of clothes are appropriate shoes with high heels. In the summer, are worn opened shoes with high heels, but always with fine pantyhose.

 
The business style is current for the ladies who work at a desk. The formal suit with skirt or trousers of the same color, combined with a light blouse, allows wearing mostly closed shoes – with a low or high current, depending on the preferences of the lady. Here are eligible both light and dark colors of the shoes.

 
The romantic style of dressing is suitable for the feminine creatures. For it are typical translucent fabrics, large necklines, laces and all the details that emphasize femininity. With such clothes are worn shoes with high or low heels that are playful, with bright colors, whether closed or sandals.

 
Sneakers and sports shoes, of course , are combined with sportswear. It is permissible to combine the romantic style of dressing with sports shoes.
High boots that are so topical and this winter are worn with tights in the same color. It is not recommended the wearing of flesh-colored tights, as the initial impression is that you are barefoot.
It is permissible the contrasting combination of the colors of the tights and boots. If your outfit is elegant but simple, combine it with boots which have interesting details that serve as decoration.
Boots combine well with tight skirts, short flared skirts, as well as with tunics, dresses and tight trousers. They do not combine well with business skirts.



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