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Footwear Fashions: Shoe Types Every Woman Should Have

Fashion Footwear
Written by Christina Moore

What woman doesn’t love a good pair of shoes? From ballet flats to the strappy heel, every woman likes to “step out” in style.

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This guide will give you some insight on the most practical shoes to have in your wardrobe.


What woman doesn’t love a good pair of shoes? From ballet flats to the strappy heel, every woman likes to “step out” in style. However, if you’ve been shoe shopping lately, you probably realize how many different options there are to choose from. Different styles, colors, and brands can make it confusing to decide which shoes to purchase.

Hopefully, this guide will give you some insight on the most practical shoes to have in your wardrobe.

Black Pumps

From the boardroom to the dance floor, a pair of black pumps can get you far in the world of fashion. The color black is a business staple color, of course, but it also looks great to wear for any occasion. For instance, these Marc Fisher shoes found online are affordable, trendy, and flirty all at the same time.

Black Boot

Boots are another must have shoe for women. They too can be worn in the office or out for a night of fun. There are varying types of boots to choose from; however, looking for something more versatile is ideal. Tailynn boots by Marc Fisher LTD, for instance, are practical enough to wear to work but also fashionable enough to wear on your days off.

Ballet Flats

A woman can’t be expected to stay on her tippy toes all day long. Sometimes you want to give your back and break while still dressing the part. This is when having a pair of cute ballet flats comes into play. Ballet flats are increasingly popular shoe choice and can be worn with a pair of slacks, a suit, a dress, or a pair of jeans. You can mix it up by investing in different colors and patterns to match your attire.

Strappy Sandal

You always want to be prepared for a formal function. Aside from making sure you have a little black dress lying around in the back of your closet, you also want to make sure you have the shoes to match. When wearing a solid or basic dress, a strappy sandal can really bring out the look of your outfit. Again, neutral colors are always best as they can match with just about anything, but if you’d like an animal print or a little sparkle to bring out your personality, then go for it.

Running Shoe

When you’re getting that body in shape you can’t very well exercise in a heel. Therefore, you’re going to need to invest in a good pair of running shoes. These are shoes that have great arch support so that you don’t hurt your feet while getting in shape. Since you’ll typically be wearing these to the gym or around your neighborhood as you jog, you don’t really have to choose a specific color. Pair them with your jogging suit or yoga pants so you look coordinated as you work out.

As long as you have these shoes in your closet you’re good to go.

Going to work, hanging out with your friends or exercising at the gym is essentially made easy with these choices. Once you’ve invested in the above practical shoe choices, you can begin branching out and choosing styles that are unique and a bit more funky in color and pattern.

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About the author

Christina Moore

Christina Moore is a part time blogger and full time adventurer! Originally from the east coast, she now resides in San Diego. If she's not writing you can find her on the beach soaking up the sun.