3 New Rules For Coordinating Your Shoes and Accessories In 2018
What is that one thing when it comes to your mind when you think of accessories? The famous Diva – Coco Chanel puts it just about right for us, ‘shoes or footwear' – The number one accessory, which can make or break any style - "A woman with good shoes is never ugly" she quoted.
In the olden days, women followed a set of norms in dressing up which they strictly followed, making them look very elegant and stylish; carefully wearing unique accessories that created lasting impressions. More than ever before - The year 2018 brings a full-on fashion fiesta, so find the right mix and matches to work your fashion goals. So, let's look into how you can be in-line with the rules listed in any fashionistas dictionary and if you're all set to start 2018 with only 3 new rules that can really upgrade your dressing-sense, saving you so much time and effort too.
Rule1. Light with light, dark with dark
Are you always in confusion - How do you do the colors right? Well, some rules stand the test of time and this first one has been around for decades. Match dark accessories with dark accessories and light with light. In 2018, it all about not following the rules! They don't have to be the same color but generally match brightly with neutrals. For instance, yellow could go with white, pink could go with beige, maroon with black and more.
Rule2. Ditch the color wheel
This year, do and wear what makes you happy. The entire goal is that – no other rule of thumb. Go ahead and deliberately choose colors that ‘clash'. An example is that ‘millennial pink’ being paired in combinations not previously seen but now even, neon is increasingly being paired with just about everything.
Rule3. Mix Sparkles & Metallic With Casuals
A few years ago metallic, glitter and sparkles were just reserved for parties and formal attires only. Now the trend has changed. Metallic shoes like the Leona Pewter Mirror are now the perfect match for denim and even sportswear. Metallic footwear & accessories can go with backpacks and casual belts, and metallic, glittery bags are being seen paired with sneakers.
Other than that Footwear Laces, Insole and Accessories can also be carefully paired with the rest of the attire.