Spotlight: Glittery Shoes

Spotlight: Glittery Shoes
Fashion

I have to admit, I’ve never been much of a fan of glitter or sequined shoes. I guess my distaste for the trend goes back to my middle school days of girls abusing the idea of sparkling footwear, but recently, thanks to several higher end versions of the trend, they’re starting to agree with me.

Donning a pair of glittery shoes sure is festive for this holiday season, but you have to be very careful to do this right. Never overdo a trend that speaks volumes on it’s own.

Wear a subtle pair of glittery flats with an all black ensemble or pair some glittery pumps with a monochromatic dress.

Stand out, but make sure you’re not looking like those girls from middle school. You know who I’m talking about.

Ally | Elite.

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