The rules for combining shoes that are already obsolete
FashionIf you're still square-minded when it comes to choosing which shoes to match with your looks, we suggest you expand your ideas a bit.
By Fernanda Perez Sanchez
Currently everything is allowed when you are going to decide which shoes to wear in your looks... Or so it seems, because there are also those who will keep some other rule that has expired a long time ago about how to combine shoes, worse still, there will be those who think that some models simply do not are allowed under any circumstances.
Just as there are trends in shoes that are no longer in fashion, there are also rules to combine them that passed to a better life and perhaps you had not noticed. So it's time to expand your ideas a little (or a lot) to open yourself up to a world of possibilities of what you can do when selecting and combining your footwear. It's time to conquer the world with your footsteps, are you ready?See moreThe 7 best shoes to wear with a black dress
By Maria Belén Archetto
The rules for wearing shoes that are no longer in fashionThey must be the same color as your bag (and your jacket)
May our grandmothers forgive us, but this unofficial rule expired a few yesterdays ago. Now we think of contrasts, of making a statement through shoes and accessories while maintaining a balance, without the need to combine their nuances in a religious way. If you are looking for a very extreme example, just look at Emily Cooper's looks from Emily in Paris, you may like it or not, but the marketing expert is the queen of combining multiple prints and colors in all of her styling.Your sneakers cannot be dirty
Here is another point that would scandalize our grandmothers and also our mothers. Not to say that from now on you should stop washing them indefinitely, but if you ever want to bet on those controversial models from Golden Goose or Gucci for the simple pleasure of getting on the dirty trend, let's say it's no longer a faux pas.You must wear heels to the office, every day
Heels are no longer synonymous with formality. It's true that stilettos are always uplifting (literally and figuratively), but you no longer need to punish your feet every day in the pursuit of a sleek look. Now, loafers and even tennis shoes serve as a statement element for your outfits and if you don't believe us, just look at Kamala Harris with her Converse, the trending shoes of the moment.sneakers only go with jeans
Perhaps the most obvious of all, but if you needed a reminder that sneakers can go with EVERYTHING, here it is. We are not just talking about dresses or skirts, they also look great with a tailored suit, especially classic models like Air Jordan, Stan Smith or Converse.Colored shoes are difficult to match
This is also false. It is very easy to give an interesting twist to your looks when you wear a neutral color in your clothes and give it an electrifying touch with your shoes. That is, if you wear all black, some red stilettos can make all the difference, a white dress with fuchsia sandals can also be a very sensible option. Don't be afraid of colors, play with them.The boots are only for winter
With the rise of military boots and cowboy boots, the days when these shoes were reserved for winter are left behind. Now, combat boots can replace sneakers, while cowboy boots are perfect for outfits with dresses for a long walk in the middle of summer.