How your Red Sandals Can Add a Pop of Color
Quote of the day: “Opportunities are seldom labeled.” Buz Moxon
To me, sandals are the epitome of summer and warmer days! Who doesn’t love showing off their tootsies? (Actually I do know a couple women who shy away from sandals because they don’t like their toes, but I think that’s silly). One of my favorite pair of sandals are Nancy’s red ones pictured in this post. I think a red sandal is such a versatile shoe and hopefully I can prove it to you with my pairings (sounds like wine…hmmm also red & wonderful).
The first in this series shows how I’ve paired the red sandals with darker neutrals. Most of us would usually reach for a black sandal, but I really like the interest that a red sandal gives the outfits.
50’s Red Sandals: This dress had been a staple of mine for so many years. It’s from La Redoute and I was heartbroken when they stopped shipping to the U.S.A.
60’s Red Sandals: So these sandals were purchased at Target and I drool over them every time I see them (you’ll see a better view in the next post). I would have bought a pair too, but I actually showed restraint.
Sandals: Prabal Gurung (similar here)~~Pants: Chicos (similar here)~~Tunic: Carolyn Taylor (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Bracelet: (similar here)~~Watch: (similar here)
70’s Red Sandals: Mom bought this bracelet at the gift shop at the Denver Art Museum. She never gives up an opportunity to pick up a bauble!
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