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Sliders are the most versatile shoes as well as current footwear trend | We tell you four ways to wear it
The only shoes you need this summer are sliders. A raging trend – they are flat sandals, prettier than Birkenstocks, and every fashion ‘IT’ girl is wearing them right now. After all, what’s not to love? The shoe style is unpretentious, comfortable and makes every summer outfit look stylish. Céline started the slider revolution way back in 2013 and is still riding strong on the trend. Here are four ways you can wear your pair
The classic dresser | Get straight-leg cropped jeans (frayed hem, preferably) and team them with your sliders. Rolled-up straight cut denims would also work. Add a white shirt, blazer and a clutch to complete the look.
The boudoir dresser | This attire might be a little too risqué for everyday dressing but it’s a great option for holiday-wear. A denim jacket over a bodycon lace dress and slide sandals – super stylish and super comfortable. Take cues from Balenciaga S/S 2016.
The laid-back dresser | Elevate your shift dress with a pair of striped sliders and a crossbody bag. The look is casual yet makes a major fashion statement. Ready to be a bit more adventurous? Team the outfit with embellished sliders and make heads turn.
The game-changer | What would you say if we tell you to wear your sliders with a white kurta? Don’t dismiss this just yet. A straight white kurta over white ankle-length pants (remember the new trend – dress over pants?) with striped sliders to complete the look – sharp, smart and elegant.
IFM Pro Tip. Keep your feet perfectly pedicured to rock this trend. Keep the nail color a shade darker than the sliders.
So ladies, slip on a pair and revel in the joys of “comfort is the new black”. Love it or hate it? Let us know your thoughts below.
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