As seen in Knoxville Style Magazine, September - October 2018
Indeed, peep-toe shoes and boots are DARLING, but they present a chilly challenge when winter strikes. It's often best to wear them when transitioning from fall to winter, creating a magical mix of multi-seasonal clothes.
These stylish sandal-and-boot hybrids complement skinny-silhouetted pants; avoid donning them with wide-legged trousers. They really shine with fall skirts and dresses. For a chic look, try them on a warmer day of the season with a sleeveless dress - the "heavier" shoe coupled with your bare limbs has a slimming effect.
While it’s still warm enough for your stems to be bare, make sure you have a great pedicure (or clean, trimmed tootsies). If you wear tights, keep them opaque and aim for a color close to your shoe to stay on the safer side of daring. Choose seamless-toed tights, otherwise, work the toe seam to the underside of your foot as you pull them on. And although we love Grandma, don't be like her… under NO circumstances should you wear reinforced toes!
Ready to make a statement? Try patterned tights or a contrasting neutral color such as plum. (Think about it: plum goes with everything!) And as the months grow colder, avoid wearing the abbreviated footwear during your daily travels to avoid cold or wet tootsies, but do pull them out if you have a fun, casual party to attend indoors!
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