Lace-up heels have the reputation of making an already stylish ensemble look even better and we have proof. Think of Rihanna’s Met Gala (2016 and 2017) looks without her lace-up heels. Or think of Kim Kardashian sauntering down L.A.’s streets in shoes far more basic. Incomplete, right? These lace-up beauts will not slip off your feet as you dance away the Saturday nights. In fact, you can even depend on them to save the day (pun intended). If you don’t own one already, then its about time you contemplate getting yourself a pair. And while you’re at it, why not go for something that is both versatile and can be pulled off with a number of outfits? Which is why, a pair of tan lace-up heels is what your shoe wardrobe needs RN. Here are three ways to style a pair of tan lace-up heels.
Best For A Summer Wedding
Got a summer wedding to attend? We have just the outfit for you. Pair a stylish embroidered dress, preferably in a pastel hue, with your tan lace-up heels and a minaudière or a sling bag. Sport accessories such as diamond studs, pearl earrings or dainty set of bracelets. Tie your hair into a low bun and elevate the hairdo with flowers. Also, don’t forget the shades.
Wear It To A Tropical Vacay
Sometimes we can’t help but ditch those basic skinny jeans and wear a more comfortable option in summer — a linen skirt. Work your skirt with a solid hued crop top, and carry a sling bag in a darker hue. The cropped length of the skirt will show off those tan lace-ups and give you a laidback vibe perfect for a Sunday brunch with the girl gang. You can even sport this look during the day when you’re exploring on your tropical holiday. Accesorise with hoop earrings and statement bracelets.
That Perfect Saturday Movie Look
We know you like to keep it easy at the movies, but sometimes it’s okay to step out of your comfort zone and experiment a little. Go for a white tee and denims, and layer with a parka. Go sans accessories so as to draw attention to your parka. Wear tan lace-up heels and add a small crossbody bag to this look.