I did a little window shopping at Dorothy Perkins this weekend and I found four totally adorable court shoes that I fell in love with. I couldn´t buy them all, but I can certainly create board looks for them while imagining I´ll be wearing them myself.
Take a good look at these shoes, darlings, you can wear them to work, to casual events, and to dates.
1. Nude Court Shoes
I know I could create a very classic elegant look with this nude bowed court shoes, but the point I´d like to bring across is how versatile it is. So I create a casual ensemble which you can wear to weekend dates with the girls to run errands.
I teamed it with a light blue sweater and a dark blue denim jean, and then pulled together with a complementary blue and tan detailed check cape. I opted with a black handbag to match the black feminine bow on the shoe.
2. Black and Leopard Print Court Shoes
If you´ve been reading this blog for a while now, you´d know how much I adore leopard print shoes – booties, pumps and flats. But for a change, I wanted the ever fashionable print to be subtle but an important accent to a black court shoe.
And to help it really shine out, I combined it with a yellow dress. Bearing in mind Lloyd Boston´s advice to never match your bag with your shoes, I picked a grape wine tote to complete the look.
3. Nude Cutout Court Shoes
A textured skinny pencil dress is very modern and professional-looking. Whether it´s for boardroom meeting or business meeting with the clients, a stone and black textured dress is powerful, with or without a tailored blazer. But there´s a court shoe that I found equally modern, a nude mesh insert court shoes.
4. Snake Print side bar stap court shoes
Sure you can wear it to work if worn with black or other serious dark colors, but what I love for this snake print multi court shoes is to go with fun ensembles. Because I want the shoe to be the center of attention, I kept the combo simple with a white tee, a light pink skirt (preferably boxy above the knee skirts), and a stone hue handbag.
Now over to you, girls, which court shoe above is your bet?