Sometimes, your feet get really happy and these yellow shoes will be a match to their vibe.
The yellow color trend is going strong and for those who are looking to infiltrate your neutral basic wardrobe with a pop of sunshine, do it via your feet this season.
Shoes is yellow can be tough to wear if you are opposed to the color but if something about the color yellow makes you really happy, then you might just make them work.
If you feel that yellow shoes can be loud, I would like to say that it all depends on how you choose to style them. With the ones designed and crafted by TamarShalem, they’re so very aesthetically-appealing to the eye that one can always wear the footwear with a minimalist OOTD if your approach to dressing is to keep it a solo bright color at a time.
But if you’re into a quirky mix of colors and prints, don’t let anyone stop you from going all out. Wear a twirly floral dress with a pair of yellow ankle boots. Colorblock to your heart’s delight with a quirky yellow flat shoe. Slip into a pair of oxfords in yellow to finish off your tee and skinny jeans combo. Wear the yellow proud!
To help you color your footwear all bright and YELLOW this season, here are 3 YELLOW shoe styles that may inspire a burst of creativity. Enjoy.
Yellow Houndstooth Oxford Leather Shoes
Yellow Leather Zipper Boots
Which yellow shoes would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.
For more beautiful handmade leather shoes like these, be sure to show TamarShalem some real love!
“Be present in all things and thankful for all things.” — Maya Angelou
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