If you have ever wondered how to combine pink shoes, today we will give you several choice options and a couple of tips to wear them correctly. The combinations are endless, and the heels above go well with white, black, beige, blue, mint, emerald green shades, jeans, gold, silver, etc. On the other hand, it should be emphasized that it is a color that on the feet goes well with all skin tones from the lightest to the darkest. About that, here is a guide on what to wear with pink shoes.
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Pink shoes will always be in the “unwritten code” of those always allowed and perfect for a Baptism, First Communion and Wedding party. Opting for an emerald green dress with the aforementioned pink shoes is ideal for one of the events mentioned, whether it takes place in the morning, afternoon or even in the evening. Keep reading: How to wear kimonos in summer?
If you like to surprise with bold dresses and combinations, the pink shoes are ideal for you. However, when you wear patterned trousers, it is essential to create a good contrast and in this case, you should opt for a neutral or white top to not look overloaded. The pink shoe is a color that goes very well with all skin tones, especially if you combine it with a short skirt; in fact, it will look fantastic and most importantly, it will highlight your beautiful legs. If, on the other hand, you decide to wear a classic satin blouse, then a shiny one, be it white or other neutral colors such as beige, the further advice is to combine the pink shoe of the same nature. Conversely, if it is a fabric with a matte texture, then the aforementioned heel is ideal for the non-shiny type.
When you wear pink shoes and intend to match them in the best way, it is also important to know how to choose the right accessories such as a bag, a belt, or a scarf. Also, wearing pink shoes with messy hands and feet is not a good idea, as such a look could nullify the effort put into matching clothes. After all, shoes with pink shoes in themselves attract a lot of attention, which is why the feet (if it comes to sandals) and, above all, the hands must be perfectly cared for. On the sidelines, it should also be added that the shoes above are available in both classic (matte and glossy) and varnished leather. In both cases, they should always be in one color.