Pink Shoes – Incorporating Pink With Your Wardrobe

Pink Shoes - Incorporating Pink With Your Wardrobe

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There is no other color that is as pretty and playful as pink and it is no longer just for Hello Kitty and Barbie anymore. As a little girl, I dreamed that one day I would be able to find Barbie’s pink high-heeled pumps! Now that I’m all grown up, not only do I have a pair of hot pink pumps but a couple of other pink hued shoes.

There are two ways for you to make yourself look awesome in pink shoes; one, highlight your shoes with neutrals and other subtle colors and two, color-block bright pinks with equally bright colors to create a funky look (think Nikki Minaj)!


I love my sheath LBD because with one dress, I can create different looks with it. Dump your classic, iron lady look for a fun night out with the girls simply by changing your shoes. Change into your pink shoes and you’re ready to party the night away. If your pink shoes have ruffles or flowers, it will inject a more girly, approachable personality to your simple LBD. Do remember that if you have these embellishments on your shoes keep your other accessories minimal avoid looking like Hello Kitty just threw up on you!

Beige and Khaki

There is nothing wrong with wearing beige and khaki all the time… especially if you use it to show off your colorful collection of shoes. Try pairing your fuchsia flats with your white crisp shirt and khaki slacks. You’ll definitely look stylish and sophisticated. Think you can’t get away wearing your ruffled pink shoes at work? Pair it with a beige shirt dress to tone down instantly the shoe’s party look and you’re set to go!

Light Green

For the 5-year old girl that still is in your heart, pair your pink shoes with lighter shades of green. Just like specks of pink flowers in a green meadow, pair your light green dress with some fuchsia shoes will be playful to the eyes. The combination works simply because fuchsia directly complements light green. However, do keep this combination for casual occasions with friends and family.


Teal was 2010’s color of the year but it doesn’t mean you can’t still rock it. Do it like Hollywood royalty by pairing blue dresses with pink shoes. One of these actresses is the ever chic Natalie Portman who was seen in a teal jersey kimono-inspired dress with deep pink satin pumps. If you have a pair of shoes and belt in the same pink hue, wear them together with your teal dress to further emphasize the color-blocking trend.

Little White Dress

For a youthful appeal, dress your trusty little white dress with a pair of pink shoes. Be sweet and flirty like Rachel Bilson in a white lace dress and pale pink platforms. Finish the look with a dusty rose blazer. For a night out, a white mini dress and hot pink platform will create a more fun party look.

Gold and Silver

Deeper shades of pinks will work well with gold and silver, just remember to keep it simple. So when wearing your LBD with your pink shoes, add some gold or silver bangles or watch with gold studs will do.

write by Tucker

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