fashion look in footwear includes stylish cone heels. Ladies fashion shoes have wooden heels, leopard print or use reptilian look materials.
Some are flat comfy shoes like
ballerina shoes. Others steal ideas from the
shipyard and use rope to make both bags and footwear. Shoes are also trimmed
with luxury furs.
Look out for T-bar shoes, ankle strap shoes and designer boots in Lurex
These velvet wedges to the left from Boden have a real party look for them, making them perfect as an Autumn Winter ladies fashion shoe.
Images from the autumn 2006 range of ladies fashion shoes
courtesy of Boden UK.
Animal prints abound in fashion accessories. These zebra
print ballerina flats
just below right are from online site
come in a range of colours including
the red version.
ballerina flats are made in several animal prints of varying scales and
impressed leathers as well as golden tones. Many more gold ballerina flats
are featured on the
gold accessory page.
Some of the styles at pretty ballerinas are delightful. I especially like
these animal print ballerina shoes with gold bows and these
suede ballerina shoes. In fact I might order a pair of either quite soon!
They look perfect for Christmas too and what great gifts they would make,
they really are so very pretty.
Maybe you prefer really high footwear.
so, the glamour of red high heeled shoes will easily liven up a plain black
dress.Or treat yourself to some Christian
Louboutin shoes which have the trademark red soles.
low cut Mary Jane red and dark red patent shoes right are from Matalan and are a bargain
price. The shiny patent look is new fad gaining momentum. Look out for cone heels like those on the darker red shoes.
Cone heels vary in height so there is a style for every ladies fashion shoe.
The pretty flat red tongue buckle ballerina shoes from
offer a modern alternative to be worn with shorter clothes, £35/€54.
white fur fashion boots to the left are from Dolce and Gabbana and are part of their layered looks. While, the green boots on the right, are the Benetton version of these fashionable fur boots. Don't they just look warm, comfortable and fun to
By wearing ribbed tights or dark colours like plum, bottle green, black,
grey, brown, violet it's possible to show lots of leg in tights. If these
are too dull for you consider figured, lace or motif tights such as these by
NEXT DIRECTORY UK.
Contemporary looks this fall are easily achieved by the addition of
opaque tights. Wolford are known leaders of some of the best fashion
tights that will last and not look mangled easily with wear. Choose sheer
pantyhose more carefully so that it is sheer rather than old lady looking.
You can find a great selection of tights at wolfordboutiquelondon.com.
Even argyle pattern knee socks were given an airing at fashion shows.
No-shows are marketing man's answer to capture lost sales of tights in summer. These fashion accessories are also useful too. They consist
of foot tubes or cases that cover just the toes, foot sole and heels or are
simply no more than a foot band, a toe band or an ankle band.
This image is courtesy of NEXT UK where
you can buy these no-shows online. Briefer versions exist from other
In the past we might have thought them
a variation of trouser socks, but they are not true socks as they don't even
totally cover the foot. The intention
is that there is no show. The reason that some women still wear tights in summer,
even on hot days, is to protect their feet with a fine layer between shoe and
foot. Many have thought the heat discomfort worth it to not have raw
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