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YOUR GUIDE OF ‘WHAT FOOTWEAR TO PAIR WITH WHAT KIND OF SKIRT’

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Time to find the ‘sole’mate for your dear skirts!

It's a no brainer that skirts are synonymous with flirty silhouettes, but if you don't have the perfect pair of footwear to team them with, believe us it might take away from the whole look. So before the season gets a little uncomfortable for donning them, owing to the chillier temperatures – let’s pledge to flaunt our favourite skirt outfits in the most fashionable way by pairing them with the chicest footwear. From sling-back pumps that are soul-made for bubble skirts to unmissable boots that go with denim skirts like yin and yang, here’s our guide to ‘what goes best with what type of skirt’. Shall we start?

Gucci’s quilted boots for denim skirts

No matter where the trend bandwagon took us, denim skirts have always been the chic and constant element of your wardrobe, and boots, their forever friend. To enhance the charm of your denim collection consider Gucci's quilted leather boots that come with a detachable buckle strap in Sylvie Web colour. Moreover, the golden lace loops on the white quilted leather with cushiony leather insoles make this pair of boots the new glam uplifter.

Webbed-strap quilted leather boots
GUCCI
Webbed-strap quilted
leather boots
INR 57,995
AT matchesfashion.com
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Bottega Veneta’s sandals for mini-leather skirts

Leather lovers, rejoice because the ‘it’ sandals of the season will work great with your coveted leather skirt collection. We love Bottega Veneta's square-toe sandals from the AW19 collection – its subtle white colour and crisscross slender straps will effortlessly match with your entire leather wardrobe – be it the monochromatic hues or eclectic neons. 

Square-toe leather sandals
BOTTEGA VENETA
Square-toe leather sandals
INR 44,506
AT matchesfashion.com
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Saint Laurent’s woven slides for pleated skirts

With your beautiful pleated skirt hanging in your closet, do you struggle to pick up the perfect pair of footwear? Or are you tired of always ending up wearing the tie-up sandals with them? Well, the struggle must end with Saint Laurent's woven slides that will not only offer versatility but comfort as well. In addition, the tan colour and square-toe silhouette are what makes it the perfect option! 

Nu Pieds woven leather slides
SAINT LAURENT
Nu Pieds woven leather slides
INR 46,207
AT net- a- Porter
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Versace's Barocco print sandals for silk midi skirts 

Silk and scarf print go hand in hand and are not going out of style anytime soon! So there’s absolutely no harm investing in Versace's Barocco print sandals. With the slip-on style and pops of pink, yellow and blue hues, we promise this pick will be a fiery addition to your all over wardrobe! 

Barocco print 95mm sandals
VERSACE
Barocco print 95mm sandals
INR 59,988
AT farfetch
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Yuul Yie’s slingback pumps for the bubble skirt 

For as unique a trend as bubble skirts, your footwear selection should mandatorily match the level. We like Yuul Yie's leather slingback pumps that offer functional art. The pointed square-toe with snakeskin-effect will enhance the retro vibes, while the slingback strap with side buckle fastening will balance the style with comfort!

Selina 70mm slingback pumps
YUUL YIE
Selina 70mm slingback pumps
INR 26,273
AT farfetch
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Aquazzura’s strappy sandals for wrap skirts 

There’s no scope of argument when we call strappy sandals the 'sole-mates' of the wrap skirts; the ones we picked are Aquazzura's Wild Fringe Crystal Strappy sandals – perfect for your liquid silk skirts. With a decent heel and crystal fringe embellishments these sandals are a must-have for any footwear maniac. 

Wild Fringe Crystal 105mm sandals
AQUAZZURA
Wild Fringe Crystal 105mm sandals
INR 99,262
AT farfetch
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Now that you have your answers, let’s bring out the skirts off the hangers ladies!



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