loafers featured image

Little lady loafers club

Written by

Tuesday, 4 August 2015 - Last Updated on August 4, 2015
loafers featured image

A pair of heels makes women feel powerful. But if there’s any piece of footwear where a woman can cozily slide her tired soles into is that comfortable pair of loafers. It’s not just the low heels and cushioned interiors. A pair of loafers is like your low-maintenance best friend, whom you can run to for support anytime. And like your sexy pair of heels, a pair of designer loafers is a good investment since it never goes out of style and goes perfectly with any outfit.jessica-biel-gallery

Casual, chic, most Hollywood celebrities use loafers for their laidback looks like capris and shorts, but loafers is suitable to any fashion occasion: whether in school, office, lunch dates, to dressier affairs.

1. Black Office Loafers

For starters, go for the classic. You can never go wrong with black. For the office, a checkered top, black pencil skirt and black pair of loafers will make you ready for that executive meeting, without compromising your comfort.

32

 

1

 

 

 

 

2. 2. Loafers for your casual outfit 

This old rose with gold chain loafers speaks “elegance” by pairing it with a ripped off faded grey pants and a plain black blouse. Accessorize your blouse with gold and pearls will for that classic “madam” look.

5_146_1

3. Loafers with a dressy outfit

Loafers are more popularly matched with shorts and pants, but the good news is, it can work with a dress. This classic Roman blue dress can be paired with this Kate Spade gold loafers with a teensy bit of heels. TIP: If you’re wearing a plain and dark colored dress, your loafers should be the “loud one” in your outfit. Use this gold and glittery pair and match it with a gold bag also from Michael Kors.

7_1

8_1

9_1

There you go: 3 simple outfits for your lady loafers club membership. Keep in mind these simple tips to guide you in looking for loafers.

Choice of color: There are a lot of colors to choose from different shoe brands, but if you’re trying to make a fashion statement, you should stick to colors Black, Navy, Grey or Brown. These are the colors that can easily be matched with multiple outfits. Dark colors are easy to match with your clothes. Bright-colored loafers are a welcome sight, but always look at that color wheel if you don’t have a trained styling eye.

Choice of fit: Since loafers are not worn with socks, it’s best if you test the shoes you’re buying and make sure it fits perfectly. Walk around the boutique and make sure nothing grazes your feet. After all, loafers are supposed to be comfortable.

Whether you’re going out for brunch on a weekend, or working the nine to five in a Makati building, trust your lady loafers to hug your feet sweetly and keep you snug all day. Just make sure you’ve picked the right outfit pieces and keep the bland, blah “manang” loafers out of the picture.

Sources: Photos from Polyvore, DMarge.com 

Bianca Lisondra (52 Posts)

Bianca is a 21 year-old account executive for an advertising company. She loves to shop especially for bags & shoes. She recently started a small biz with her mom, selling authentic signature bags, watches & wallets. She is passionate about fashion and dreams of becoming one of the famous editors who work in Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, you name it. She's honing her craft by contributing to the Beauty & Fashion section of POC.


About Bianca Lisondra

Bianca is a 21 year-old account executive for an advertising company. She loves to shop especially for bags & shoes. She recently started a small biz with her mom, selling authentic signature bags, watches & wallets. She is passionate about fashion and dreams of becoming one of the famous editors who work in Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, you name it. She's honing her craft by contributing to the Beauty & Fashion section of POC.

Write a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>