Some say that a woman’s best friend isn’t diamond but shoes. Some women collect an entire closet of them; others invest on a few good ones.
Designer shoes don’t come a dime a dozen, but what girl wouldn’t squeal in delight for a pair or two in her shoe closet?
No matter what your mood is at the moment or how your day is turning out to be, in season or out of it, you can never go wrong with the right pair.
Here’s a list of 10 luxury shoes every woman must have:
1. Stuart Weitzman Dandyperf Perforated Oxford
This pair of Stuart Weitzman Oxfords is fleshed out in Ivory perforated Vecchio nappa leather with transparent rubber with lace-up closure. It’s perfect for keeping your entire feet comfortably covered up without getting too warm.
The 1’’ flat heel gives that sense of elevation for those who are not used to perfectly flat footwear. The leather lining and sole, and the rounded toe make it very comfortable to use.
As with any preppy outfit, go classic with a cardigan and plaid skirt, bring out a tinge of character to your cut-off short shorts over tights, wear them with bright-colored pants or simply pair them with your favorite boyfriend jeans.
2. Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
With its signature red outsole, this pair of Italy-made, black Christian Louboutin Pumps is a basic but stylish luxury shoes must-have.
Its 4” covered stiletto heel keeps true to the creative take of its designer to create shoes outside the commerce and comfort mindset.
Round toe with creamy leather lining, you can match it with practically anything in your closet, from casual and carefree, to sophisticated and conservative.
3. Prada Patent Leather Platform Pump
To give a twist to your pump collection, this Prada Patent Leather Platform Pump in pale pink is a must for the dainty girls out there!
It has a 110mm heel and a leather sole. Match it with a floral dress or any possible clothing item you have in mind—perfect for your Sunday brunches with your girl friends or even for meeting the parents.
4. Giuseppe Zanotti Gwyneth
Giuseppe Zanotti’s Gwyneth exudes elegance and glamour and a hint of sexiness with its golden glitter finish, thin toe straps and slim ankle buckle and fastening.
The design made to climb a little higher than the ankle is intended to create a longer silhouette.
It’s great for evening wear when you attend formal cocktails and social events that demand sophistication and grace.
5. Lanvin Ballet Flats
Lanvin Ballet Flat has a smooth Nappa leather and an elastic throat that adds to the comfort of its padded leather insole.
As an everyday type of footwear, you can wear it with jeans, skirts, dresses, shorts and just about anything you can think of.
Loyal Lanvin wearers swear you can wear them every day, under the rain or on pebbles until they’re all worn out, but they will still look every bit as beautiful as you first bought them.
The ones with patent leather provide a much better experience than its regular leather version, but they are worth the investment.
Lanvin Ballet Flats are also available in nude and lizard-stamped versions.
6. Louis Vuitton Eyeline Pump
Another timeless and classic chic pump to add in your shoe collection, the Louis Vuitton Eyeline Pump has patent calf leather with sleek lines, a straight stiletto heel, and a golden accessory at its back.
7. Tods Leather Ankle Boots
This ankle boots with a semi-glossy leather, ankle strap, metal embellishments, side zip closure, and rubber outsole with embossed pebbles is your best choice for lazy days!
Tods Leather Ankle Boots can be paired with almost anything—from short denim shorts, tights, and jeans! It can even make you look like a rockstart without trying too hard!
8. Gucci Hand-Stained Leather Horsebit Loafer with Web
Loafers are becoming among the staple looks of women nowadays due to its style and comfort. To achieve this trend, the Gucci Hand-Stained Leather Horsebit Loafer with Web is a must!
Gucci brings a modern, iconic interpretation of the loafer style while still incorporating their signature web web nylon with horsebit detail. This pair also comes with a .6” heel that would certainly give you that much desired style without risking comfort.
Wear it with a pair of jeans or denim shorts during the weekends for that laidback look!
9. Jimmy Choo Blonde Leopard Bidder Ankle Boots
Ditch the usual black ankle boots for a pair of sexy leopard printed pony booties by Jimmy Choo. With leather lining and a 4” covered cut-out heel, they come in a variety of colours including brown and black.
Leopard ankle booties are fabulous with edgy urban fashion. Put on a leather jacket over tight jeans or put on a white shirt finished with a sash.
They will also look fantastic with a little black dress!
10. Miu Miu Leather Espadrille-style Sneakers
White Calf leather, round toe, a leather insole and a woven base on a rubber sole, this lace-up, espadrille-style sneakers by Miu Miu is perfect for summer strutting.
Pair it with a sun dress or slip on a pair of cut off shorts. You can dress yourself up in prints or plains.
You can match it with denim, leggings, flairs, Capri pants or straight-cut cotton pants. You can wear it with just about any summer outfit you can pull out of your closet.
Buy them, keep them, and wear them. Whatever pair of luxury shoes you will purchase, remember to get the ones that reflect a side of your personality. You can consider these shoes a reward for your hard work or better yet, consider them sort of an investment. If you ever run short of cash, you can always pawn or sell shoes if you have to.
PawnHero, the first online pawnshop in Southeast Asia, has lower interest rate and offers high valuation for designer shoes as well as bags, electronic gadgets and more items here in the Philippines. Plus, the transaction is so convenient that you can pawn an item right in the comfort of your home using you smartphone. Get a free offer for your preloved items now and visit the site here.
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