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May 16th, 2009

Do your shoes get noticed?

Rose by NudeA recent article observed a growing fashion trend among graduates attending commencement ceremonies. While graduates are typically all expected to dress uniform in the traditional grad garb (black cap and gown), now they’re taking advantage of the only thing they can to stand out: their shoes. Many students are choosing to sport bright and bold shoes to attract attention and make a statement. If you’re headed to a graduation ceremony this weekend, expect to see anything from flamboyant beach-going footwear to brand-new colorful court sneakers with matching laces to red satin peep-toe pumps with a bow. Our grads have figured out the key to getting noticed, have you?

Are your shoes getting noticed? More importantly, are your shoes getting you noticed? I think we can all learn a lesson from these stand-up, stand-out grads. And if you are looking to turn heads or catch someone’s eye, the solution is right here on the shoeflyer blog. Here are five posts that I’ve found particularly helpful:

  1. Why Shoes Are the Next Must-Have Accessory
  2. The Five Shoes Every Woman Should Own
  3. How to Pick Flattering Colors for Summer Shoes
  4. How to Pick Summer Shoes to Flatter Your Feet
  5. Shoes for Your Personal Metamorphosis

So, do you want to get noticed? Continue perusing some of our previous posts to equip yourself with the tools you need to spice up your look with the right pair of soles.

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2 Responses to “Do your shoes get noticed?”

  1. Do your shoes get noticed? Says:

    [...] Original post by Shoeflyer | Shoes, Trends & Reviews [...]

  2. Megan Says:

    I love these shoes! I want them on my feet during graduation next month!

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