Clear shoes have been around for a long time but they have become a huge trend this spring and I am not complaining. I have loved this trend for a while because it is so classy and edgy and creates interest for any outfit. I also love the fact that clear shoes are super versatile as you can find them in any style to pair with your outfit for work or for play. I even spotted a pair of clear sneakers recently on line. This post is on how I have styled this trend in the past. In the picture above, I paired a pair of black clear sandals with a grey leopard prints tunic and a pair of denim. The blouse is somewhat busy because of the print and the clear shoes tones down the outfit a bit. Since the straps are clear, it creates a false illusion of bare feet thereby making for an interesting look. You can click on the links below the pictures below to read the original post.
For the second look, I paired a red pair of clear sandals with a striped top and a pair of shorts for a very casual look. The clear sandals is also a complementary accessory to the clear bag and together, both accessories make the look edgy and chic. This outfit can be worn to the library or for shopping or to an appointment, like in the hair salon or to visit friends. The last outfit is a mint color tank top over a mint color pleated maxi skirt and striped light weight sweater. The multi color clear pumps add a nice pop of color to the outfit. Click on the link below the pictures to see the original post and check out the diverse selections of clear shoes I picked out below. Thanks so much for reading.
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