Every woman's wardrobe has skirts. They add femininity and elegance to the look. However, in order to emphasize the beauty of the skirt and the grace of the female figure in general, it is necessary to choose the right shoes for the style of the skirt. Here, the length of the skirt, the height of the shoes, the style being created, the color scheme should be taken into account. At first glance, it seems that the task is quite simple, but this is not at all the case. Let's take a closer look at which shoes are suitable for a particular style of skirt.
High-heeled pumps are ideal for a pencil skirt. Complementing the outfit with a light shirt or blouse, you can safely go to a business meeting. The model of this skirt looks good with heeled sandals, with pointed ballet flats. In the cool season, a pencil skirt with boots or boots will be a wonderful tandem. A laconic black skirt "gets along well" with shoes of any color.
The skirt of such a model will not go out of fashion for a long time, it is incredibly popular among women of different ages and body types. If you are a fan of a romantic or feminine style, then heeled pumps are ideal for your look. When choosing shoes, it is advisable to choose them to match the skirt or top of the outfit.
Low-cut boots or ankle boots go well with chiffon skirts, both mini and midi lengths.
Classic pumps or heeled sandals look great with a sun skirt. Dynamic women wear ballet flats with such a skirt, and young girls wear sneakers. Will fit well into the office style plain skirt in combination with boots or ankle boots.
The image of a woman dressed in a tulip skirt looks elegant. Such skirts with open braided sandals or models of shoes with interlacing straps look stylish. This style of skirt focuses on itself, so shoes should not be selected in bright or flashy colors. Solid color shoes work best with this model.
The combination of a tulip skirt with high heels with an open toe looks spectacular. Beige shoes will not only visually lengthen the leg, but also match any color of the skirt.
Born in 1988, memories from 1993.
We lived with our mother in a hostel, because she is a young professional who did not get her turn for an apartment.
Mother's salary was paid and thank God.
We didn’t starve, but the food did not differ in variety: potatoes, cereals, in the summer - vegetables from my grandmother’s garden. We went to the forest for mushrooms - salted / pickled for the winter. Chicken - once a month or two. About the same fish. Meat - never.
The vegetable garden helped a lot - potatoes, berries in summer, ranetki in autumn.
We handed over bottles, who didn’t hand them over then.
There is only one soft toy for all childhood. Entertainment - black and white TV and old board games.
With the crime we were somehow quieter, at least on the streets they rarely fired.
The fact that I was a disabled child "helped" - travel in transport was free up to the monetization of benefits (google what it is). The same fact helped my mother a couple of times to get me a ticket to rest in the south.
Zero pocket money until my 14 years old, when I started earning money. My grandmother could throw in a penny, 1-2 times a year. At school without lunches (free lunches appeared in the 7th grade), lunch - at home after school. By the 6th grade out of 9 boys in grade 1 I am a non-smoker, a third of the girls also smoke.