We all know your wardrobe isn’t complete without a pair of red shoes. They are sure to oomph up any outfit. The color red practically screams attention, it’s a “statement piece”. As it’s such a bold color it’s not easy pairing them as they might end up clashing with other colors in your outfit or just seem out of place with mild colors.
Seems daunting? Sweat not, we’re here to help! This TryArticles guide will prove to be very beneficial for you!
Deciding On The Right Shoe Type
If you want to make a statement and leave a lasting impression on an occasion, let your red stilettos do the talking. Not only will they provide a classy punch to your outfit, you’ll feel good wearing them (similar to how you feel when you wear your best shade of red lipstick!)
If you’re not comfortable with stilettos, you can find a happy medium by going for low heeled shoes. Kitten heels or slides would be the best option here. These can be paired with formal and casual outfits both.
Moreover, if you want to spend a casual day or go to work and look put together, a pair of red flats are your calling (they’re called “foolproof flats” for a reason) flats are simple and chic enough to add just the right amount of red to your outfit.
What Matches Best With Red?
Did anyone say monochromatic colors? We hear you. When thinking of red shoes, monochromatic colors are the safest bet. Black, brown, gray, nude, white, and deep navy blue are the safest colors to pair with red shoes without overdoing it. Here are a few tips on how to style red shoes:
Red Shoes With A White Dress
A combination as old as time, whether it’s a skirt or a completely white outfit each will look remarkable. Here is well you can choose the right shade of red that you’re easy with or you could go with a cream dress. This will less likely clash with bright red shoes.
Red Shoes With A Black Attire
The easiest trick in the book: pair your red shoes with a black outfit! A black jumpsuit or black dress will look amazing with red shoes and make your basic outfit far from boring. Since black is such a universal color, any shade of red will compliment it, wine red or blood red shoes( especially in the fall) would look pleasing and make you stand out in a crowd.
Red Shoes With Blue Outfit
Apart from whites and blacks, blue is another monochromatic color that red looks best with. From royal blue to ice blue, red shoes go with everything. Jumpsuits, dresses and double denim, red shoes look fabulous with each ofoutfit.
Everyday Clothes And Red Shoes
Blue jeans and red shoes, a better love story than twilight. Red flats or pumps are a foolproof way to oomph up and add a pop of color to your outfit.
However, what if you’re wondering how to step out of your comfort zone and be bolder with your outfit? Here are a few concepts on how to style red shoes with different prints.
Animal Prints With Red Shoes
Stay true to your spots! Leopard prints or any animal print is not as easy to pull off but add red shoes to the mix and you’re good to go. The red gives the overall ensemble a chic sophisticated twist!
Red Shoes With Sundry Prints
Mixing colored shoes with colorful outfits sound like a recipe for disaster, but it’s a less stress-free than you can imagine, especially if you have a red pair of shoes to save the day. A mixed print with a monochrome base with red or other colors in it would work in perfect harmony with red shoes.
Monochrome Colors With Neutral Patterns
Stripes or polka dots against any monochrome color make a good pair with red shoes. The pop of color gives a “put-together” look to the whole attire.
Colors To Elude When Wearing Red Shoes
Here is how not to wear red shoes and make a social faux pas of yourself. It boils down to two combinations:
This is best left for weddings and brides’ right! It’s way too glamorous and overpowering for casual parties or everyday outings!
Add a few fairy lights to your attire and you’ll look like a walking Christmas tree. Green and red together are too seasonal. The only hues of green that do work well are olive and a mossy green.
Let us know in the comments below how you styled your red shoes! We love to hear back from you!