City of Industry, California-based online shop, MakeMeChic.com is already looking forward to warmer days. Their Spring 2008 shoe fashion guide is hot off the press, and about two months early! Especially with winter fashions beginning to thin out on store shelves, you can get a head-start on planning out your spring wardrobe. Here’s some advice from MakeMeChic.com:
Women’s shoes have gone chunkier
Give yourself some additional height and dimension while showing off those beautiful long legs! Wedges and platforms are still the "in" thing in women’s shoes this season. This will continue to be in vogue for more seasons to come.
Pink is the new black
Celebrate femininity in women’s shoes. Nothing spells woman like pink shoes, and pink is definitely one of the favorites this season. The bolder the color of the shoes is, the better. Expect to see women prancing in hot pink or fuchsia shoes around town.
Colors make a statement in women’s shoes
Metallics and all the colors of the rainbow are this season’s top picks in women’s shoes. Put your basic colored shoes at the back of your closets and let your bold-colored shoes be the statement of your new wardrobe.
Raising the bar with a "T"
T-bars or T-straps in women’s shoes are making huge fashionable waves this season. Opt for rounded or curvier toes as pointed shoes are so last season.
The shoe-boot mix
The combination of vintage men’s wear and women’s high-heels total into an alluring and fashionable pair of women’s shoes, more popularly known as oxford pumps. Go for patent oxfords, metallics, or even croc-skinned styles and you will be in tip-top fashion form.
The gladiators are back
While flats are still hot this season, try not to settle with just plain old ballet flats. Make sure to rev-up your collection of flat women’s shoes with gladiator sandals to bring out the Roman Empress in you.
Fringes, studs and stones
Any embellishments added onto women’s shoes automatically speak of fashion. Whether fringes, studs, stones, rhinestones, bows or feathers, glam up your collection of women’s shoes to add some flair and drama to your ensemble.
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