Ladies Designer ShoesYou can tell a lot about a person by their shoes – flat bottomed, practical women's shoes say "I am in for a long day of work," while pumps (showy, yet comfortable) say "I am ready for a long night on the town." A pair of high heels shows that you're willing to sacrifice comfort for looking good. Finding a designer who can balance comfort and style for your feet can be tricky, but there are several things to look out for. For example, many Italian designers tend to point and curve the ends of their women's footwear to give them a sleeker shape, so women who wear wider shoes can still keep their feet looking slim by slipping into a pair of shoes that ends in a slight point. Make sure there is room for your toes, however, or these shoes can get extremely uncomfortable after a short period of time.
Women with smaller, more petite feet generally favor rounded toes, especially with a simple clasp over them. This can provide a great accent to an already cute outfit, and buckled shoes go great with a pair of skinny jeans or a floral print dress. Another great tip to try and keep in mind – don't be afraid of boots! If it's the rainy season, rocking a pair of bright yellow rain boots is a great way to catch some attention, and many women's shoes designers also create shin and knee boots if you need to stomp your way through a rock concert.
Women's shoes are what tend to tie an outfit together. They dictate the way you walk, the way you stand, and the way your legs look in general. If you need to give a little boost to any one of your outfits, try picking out a pair of designer shoes that will give it the kick you want.