Water sandals are a practical choice for someone who does not demand the high level of protection and traction offered by the water shoes. They are great for summer use and extremely comfortable because of the open design. However, the open design means they do not give a lot of foot protection, so it is important to be careful when walking or climbing in slippery places.
Water shoes are the most versatile option with the ability to give traction and toe protection similar to normal land shoes, but also the comfort and quick drying ability of water sandals. The look and style of these shoes vary significantly. They can look much-like a pair of athletic shoes while others can appear like a simple pair of sandals. Also, the versatile nature of the water shoes makes them a practical choice away from the water. For instance, they are great to wear for a land excursion that includes hiking in an area with plenty of rocky or steep terrain. Water shoes are particularly popular with canoeists.
Wet shoes are designed to solely work in a specific environment. They aren’t likely to be much use out of the water or give much versatility. This type of shoe has a thin sole which is fully acceptable in a raft or boat, but it is not a very comfortable option to walk on a hard surface, such as a gravel or rough parking lot. A great use for the wet shoes is for kayaking or canoeing because it helps to keep the feet warm in cold weather conditions.
1. Instead of wearing shorts and T-shirts to beat the heat, wear light dresses and flirty skirts. The best skirts are flared and knee length. Choose them in linen, cotton or rayon. If you have a selection of summer dresses, getting dressed is a snap and you will always look great with little effort. Always wear pumps with knee-length dresses and skirts. The wrong shoes will spoil your look – be careful. Kitten-heeled pumps are a great choice and come in many styles. They are not too high, comfortable and give the leg a longer look.
2. If you are not sure about wearing florals, don’t worry. Add a print bag or use a flower on your lapel as an accent. If you wear prints in dresses or skirts, keep the print in proportion to your figure. A large print will make you appear larger.
3. Buy a few white T-shirts to wear with jeans and choose a finer fabric to wear with suits for a more professional look. When you wear whites pay attention to your undergarments – avoid lacy bras – choose to wear nudes, they will not show under white. White is great with black – mix it up with black or white sandals and a black or white purse or accessorizing with polka dots.
Now, womens suede boots are making a comeback. Throughout the years, this type of footwear has come into and gone out of style which in fashion terms makes this style a classic. Look around and you will see that boots made from suede are everywhere; at playhouses, at chic nightclubs, in shopping malls, at the beach and all places in between. There are so many trendy styles available and so many ways to wear womens suede boots that there is just not enough room here to list them all.
How you wear a pair of womens suede boots really is just a matter of the look that you are trying to achieve. If you are simply looking for comfort, a pair of neutral colored, ankle length boots will do the trick. The natural color of the boot will match any outfit. Don a few suede accessories such as a purse and/or a lightweight suede jacket and you will achieve a look that is comfortable and very stylish. If you are heading out for a night on the town, you will want a style that looks good. Oftentimes women have to trade off comfort for appearance. Not so when you pair your outfit with suede boots. A tall length boot in black will give you a look that is sleek and sophisticated (and best of all, comfortable!) If instead you will be spending the night watching the latest hit movie that has been released on DVD, then a pair of suede boot style slippers will be the right choice. Any look you are trying to achieve, whether it is the western look, the punk look, the trendy look or the outrageous look, can be accomplished simply by finishing off your outfit with the right pair of womens suede boots.
The nice thing about womens suede boots is that they are made from animal skin, a natural material. If an animal’s skin can protect the animal from the elements, just think how these boots can help protect your feet. A double faced suede material will have the best mix of features. The inside of the boot will be soft and pliable and after just a short amount of time wearing the boots, the insoles will conform to the shape of the arch. The natural wicking properties of the animal skin will keep moisture and perspiration away from the feet helping them stay dry, comfortable and odor free. To reap the most benefits, these boots should be worn on bare feet.
White Denim. Another risky approach, but it can really pay off. You really must know what to wear with, in order not to look like a trash banker or a bored desk-clerk on vacation. This style is fitted to those who want to look more like a gigolo or a bad-boy. It goes really well with a leather motorcycle-jacket or with clothes that allow the wearer to show some enhanced musculature.
Distressed Denim. The distressed jeans theme is still present and chances are that it will still stay with us for a long time. Although many contest it due to its hobo-ish apparel, it may go surprisingly well with some clothes. You can choose to display your entire plethora of bleached, ripped and raw=edged distressed denim in a smart and creative way. Keep everything else simple and what’s too much is too much: avoid overly-ripped pants.
90’s are back. There is a general trend of going back to the roots of fashion and denim jeans make no exception. The 90’s were a great period for denim jeans and many fashion designers choose to revive the style that were once then. Classic grey wash denim jeans are making a heavy comeback. Classic 90’s are characterized by a looser fit and a pale finish. What you should be worried about when you choose to buy vintage denim are the cut and the matching colors for the rest of the wardrobe.