The discovery of the nude, the prince of neutrals, which makes each pair of shoes the winning point of an outfit.
A desperate time we wandered in the darkness, looking for the shoes that were comfortable with everything. We thought that the only salvation was black, that the path to the perfect wardrobe to pass necessarily there, but then growing up we discovered that the black is not enough, that the black there, and best of black, there is a color truly versatile: the nude, the prince of neutrals, our savior.
More than one color
The bare, in fact, more than one color is a concept that refers to a color palette that ranges from beige to pink powder, crossing undertones warmer and more intense shades almost to brown undertones and colder and rosé. The tones and shades of our skin. The bare takes the dreaded “flesh-colored” socks 200 denier of our grandmothers and turns it into a magic word that rhymes with any outfit.
How to wear nude shoes
The rules of the nude are few: one, never wear with stockings (unless it is of exceptional cases, and must be practically non-existent stockings) and two, very well choose it in accordance with their skin tones. Exactly how the makeup, like a foundation that, once found, it becomes our best friend. Louboutin, with his Nudes Collection, testifies to the importance of this perfect agreement between nude and leather shoe, offering a range of colors also careful to skin diversity, and to the true composition of society.
Investing in search of a nice pair of cleavage or bare sandals is an activity that will give us its fruits immediately and over the long term: we will have found a little treasure that we join with grace, and it’s triggering our figure, not only for the heel but also for the optical effect of continuity between the shoe and the leg.
The great classics in this case it is the Louboutin pumps, from Pigalle Leather Pumps (515 euro) to the peep-toe patent leather YouYou (515 euro), or minimal sandals YSL Jane Classic, essential in their evergreen lines (495 EUR).
If you are thinking “Yeah, but I can not stay in his underwear to buy a pair of nude shoes!”, Do not worry, because now is a concept so widespread that bare you can also find excellent alternatives with smaller budgets. Some examples? The sandals Stecy and Maarla or décolleté galleryy Steve Madden (respectively 79.99 euro, 69.99 euro and 99.99 euro on Sarenza); peep-toe Studio TMLS (99 euro on Sarenza); The hereabouts sandals with maxi-bands (47,99 euro on Asos).
But the nude is a must also declined in its more casual versions: Historyaah, flat sandals, slip-on loafers, and in these cases gives us definitive proof of his versatility.
Beyond recall models such as flip-flops “festival chic” fringed Stewart Weitzman (264 Euros on Yoox), the dancers in sling-back tip of Pollini (276 Euros on Yoox) effect very bon ton, or the Rockstud Valentino (660 EUR), which combine rock and irreverent side of the studs with the discreet elegance of nude, we can find many alternatives. See for example the delicious slip-on Even & Odd with contrasting toe (26,51 € Zalando), which add an extra touch to casual, fun to Melissa Vivienne Westwood (46 euro on Yoox) rubber or ironic Mellow Yellow with holes (79 euro on Sarenza), lace-ups with Madrid fringe (40,99 euro on Asos), very trendy, or simple Lily Pad, classic dancers (16,99 on Asos).
It is time to say: the style is bare.