SHOES: Basic and Decorative Flats

Since I was recently talking about my Spring essentials, I thought I should do a series of posts about wardrobe basics. Working on the other essentials list and building off it, I want to show more examples. My style is gothic bohemian, which tends to be dark and a bit frilly, but these basics can be applies to other styles and color choices. Having a good wardrobe of basics is a good starting point for any style. The pieces don't need to be expensive, but they do need to fit well.

I'm going to start with the bottom and work up. Without a good pair of shoes, the rest of the outfit doesn't matter. If they don't fit right, you won't walk correctly and you will get blisters. Everyone has gotten a blister from poorly fitting shoes. It's terrible when it happens, and worse if you can't change or remove your shoes quickly! The shoes I wear the most often are flats. Since the soles are flat and the style has little to no elevation of a heel, they are the most comfortable to wear. They come in a variety of fabrics, prints, colors, styles, shapes, and embellishment levels, they can fit any person's fashion style while being comfortable. My favorite ones in my closet are plain black. I also love my printed slip ons, black and white oxfords, and basic sneakers. I added a few more examples of with different fabrics, prints, and styles to show you the variety of available ones. If the examples below aren't available for sale when you click their photos, check Ebay and Amazon for similar styles, or head to your local shoe store to be properly fitted for a fabulous pair of flats.



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