This color block pump by Audley is made of the finest Spanish leathers and embodies a classy look with a splash of fun. The color block trend is new and fresh this season. New trends can seem a little daunting to the average woman but this trend is easier to wear than you might think.
So again you must be thinking how do I pull off this shoe with three different and contrasting colors? That is the beauty of it! You can wear almost anything with it. It is almost like buying three different colored fabulous pumps for the price of one!
The colors on the Hania are neutral so you are bound to have at least one, if not all the colors in your wardrobe. Pick one color of the shoe and play up that one color. Every woman has a little black dress in their closet. Slip that on with your Audley Hania and you are good to go.
Now a step up is adding the contrasting colors as accessories. This could be a belt, a bag, or jewelry. Another great way is wearing a black and white outfit with the tan or gold accessories. Or mix up the two colors you highlight.
If you think you can master these simpler ways then step it up by wearing a pattern that has one of the colors. Trust me; you will not go out the door looking ridiculous! Rather the opposite will happen. You will look polished and sassy and ready to take on the day. Lastly, you can wear these Audley block color shoes with dresses, skirts, or pants.
Slip on a pair of soft pink ankle boots for a fashion-forward look that will take you from meetings to parties, from dinner dates to movies. New Spring arrival straight from London by Laura Villasenin is here at Crush Footwear with more to come. Enjoy Miista's line that will bring you comfort and style with one great new pair of shoes.
Last night we were delighted to have Tracy personally deliver another shipment of her beautiful handbags from Chemical Wedding. Each of their bags are an individual piece of art made by hand right here in Seattle. Jon and Tracy personally select re-purposed leather from large manufactures mixed with other leathers, metal, and wood. With their very unique patterns and incredible details each bag is one of a kind.
"I always try to avoid being a fashion victim, in the sense of what’s fast and ephemeral. The fashion schedules we face nowadays give us designers no time to think deeply about what we can give, show and express. I always try to go back to basics, in the sense of the elegant simplicity of the classics."