//1 Nude Patent Leather (New Look, £20, *) – //2 Black Imitated Patent Leather (New Look, £20, *) – //3 Red with Block Heel (H&M, £18) – //4 Black Imitated Suede Leather (ASOS, £25, *) – //5 Red Imitated Suede Leather (Faith, £25, *) – //6 Black Imitated Suede Leather (H&M, £18) – //7 Nude Imitated Patent Leather (ASOS, £25, *) – //8 Mustard Imitated Suede Leather (New Look, £20, *)
In my opinion are court heels some of the chicest heels you can wear. A pair of court heels can go with almost every outfit! I really adore a pair of nude court heels like the pairs at #1 (*) and #7 (*). #7 (*) is even made in different shades of nude!! You can never go wrong with a pair of nude court heels as they always will match your outfit no matter what you are wearing!!
Another shade of court heels which would match almost all outfits are black ones (#2 (*), #4 (*), #6). The reason why I say “almost all outfits” is because I don’t personally would style black shoes with lighter outfits with colours like white, baby pink, baby blue etc. as I think they ruin it a bit. For a lighter outfit, I would instead opt for a pair of nude or white court heels – or anything that matches the outfit! But the black court heels would be great with darker outfits where they fit into the vibe and style of it.
You can also choose more colourful court heels (#3, #5 (*), #8 (*)) if you want a pop of colour or if the shade of the heels is matching your outfit. I really adore the shade of the mustard yellow court heels (*) and I think they would look STUNNING paired with khaki green jeans and maybe a black, satin shirt! The red court heels (#3 and #5 (*)) would work great as a pop of colour in one coloured outfits or if they are matching something!
Thank you so much for reading! If I had to pick my favourite pair of court heels from the collage above, it would be #7 (*)! Which pair is your favourite and how would you style them? Let me know in the comments! I hope you have had a great start on the week, I hope to see you back soon! xxx
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