"Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world," said Marilyn Monroe. Well, we seem to agree on that because our love for shoes knows no limits. While you may fall in love with shoes on every shopping pilgrimage, we tell you those 6 shoes that every woman must have.
Tall Flat Boots: As clichéd as it may sound, a pair of tall flat boots continues to be a timeless classic for fall and winters. They not only make your jean- and-tee-look glamorous but also go well with a midi.
(L-R) Anushka Sharma in sandals, Asin in ballerinas, Tamannaah in sneakers.
Sandals: Your go-to footwear in summers, it is not surprising that these shoes have been revisited every year by shoemakers across the world. Ankle-strap sandals are the perfect choice to lengthen your legs and complement your summer outfits with elegance and style.
Ballerinas: If you want to ditch those but maintain a stylish look, these flat ballerinas are the messiah for you. These comfortable pair of shoes will uphold a high style quotient as you move from work to weekend. Peep-toes, printed or tasseled ones, ballerinas offer several possibilities.
Comfy Sneakers: A pair of classic solid-coloured sneakers is perfect to add an edge to your seemingly dressed-up look.But to add the proper punctuation to your dressed down look, a pair of smart yet comfortable sneakers are a must. Invest in floral, printed or a metallic design depending on your style and wardrobe.
(L-R) Kangna Ranaut in oxfords and Mila Kunis in pumps
The Oxford Shoe: It is the perfect blend of charm, class, elegance and style. The classic oxford shoe began its journey in England and soon walked across continents to form an essential wardrobe element. It gives your silhouette a sense of class and goes well with a variety of bottoms. Pair them with tights, cropped pants or even with a pair of skinny jeans and be assured to have perfected the geek chic look.
Black Pumps: Whether it’s your favourite LBD or a pair of those awesome skinny jeans, a pair of black leather pumps can be teamed up with both. Perhaps, it is the easiest way to embellish your silhouette with a dollop of style and sophistication.