Give your outfit a little spice with a mandatory accessory: shoes. Don’t go crazy with jewelry, or hair accessories, which can cost more than shoes most of the time or wind up over bearing your outfit anyway. Simply add a bright shoe to your wardrobe just to give your look an extra oomph! It’s best to buy a bright pump that’s simple, however I don’t recommend any bright colored shoes with frills, bows, zippers, or laces because then it gets trickier to match with an outfit.
These leading ladies made a smart choice when pairing their bright colorful pumps with their dresses. It made them not only look feminine but added some sex appeal with everyone’s eyes wandering up their legs. Emma Stone appeared on The Late Night Show with Jimmy Fallon wearing a simple watermelon sheath dress by Christopher Kane and paired the dress with neon green Brian Atwood pumps. I know it’s not something you would normally throw together or think that would match but she pulled it off and looked fabulous. She looked young, fresh, and not afraid to take fashion risks.
Diane Kruger strutted down the red carpet in Berlin for the film premiere of Pieds NusSur Des Limaces. She wore a pale pink lace dress by No. 21 with Brian Atwood turquoise peep toes. Again these colors together are probably not your first choice in your closet and to be safe many would pair this dress with a nude or black heel but I think she expressed a southern romantic look. She looked sweet, stunning, and from another time period.
Amy Adams one of many “it girls” in Hollywood always looks fantastic on the red carpet. She wore a gorgeous nude J. Mendel low cut dress with bright satin red Brian Atwood pumps while at the premiere of The Fighterlast year. These shoes shot Dorothy way out of the ballpark and updated the new “Wizard of Oz” ruby red shoes. She looked just the part of a present day Marilyn Monroe.
Take advice from these stunning ladies with style and add a pinch of color if you’re ready to take a big leap in the fashion world. Shoes can be subtle, blending, or seal the deal.