The red shoes also famous in the world of cinema and in history, are a type of shoe that every Woman The red shoes also famous in the world of cinema and in history, are a type of shoe that every Woman owns in her shoe rack.

In this article we see together how to combine them in the best way without making the look too heavy or cheeky.

Let’s say that wearing red shoes the rest of the look will be more neutral and sober because the detail will be the red shoe.

The essential rule is not to overdo it too much with reds, for example you can combine it with a bag or lipstick or a red nail polish but without exaggerating with other accessories or red details like belt, scarf, jacket etc.

Another important rule is to never combine red shoes with a green access dress, the end result will be that your look looks a lot like a Christmas decoration, in fact, combining the red color with green for a long time the idea of ​​Christmas.

It is also important to avoid combining red shoes with overly-colored or animal-print clothing, to avoid making the look too excessive or cheeky.

For every model of shoe there is still the best combination, for example with a décolleté like the article F512 model Perla by Mara Bini the ideal is to combine them with a classic black sheath dress.

For a ballerina, instead, like the article F504 model Lidia by Mara Bini, the perfect look is composed of a black skirt and a white shirt.

For a stub like the F518 model Perla Tr by Mara Bini, it is perfect paired with a jeans and an oversized neutral solid color sweater.

Finally, with a low boot like the article F500 model Lidia Tr by Mara Bini the ideal look is composed of leggings or stockings and a maxi mallet or dress always in solid color so as not to create too much confusion of color in the final look.

When we talk about having only the indispensable in our closet, then the indispensable must also include a pair of red shoes.

Those who love them with a stiletto heel, those with a chunky heel and plateau, those with a wedge, those who love the ballerina or those who love the midi heel.

The important thing is to have a pair of red shoes in your closet!

Red shoes are a must because they can give vitality  to a too simple look and save an outfit giving it a little color and liveliness.

The red shoes are still classic and elegant shoes, you just need to know how to combine them in the right way without falling into vulgarity or without joining together in the look too much color.

Let’s see together the various rules to best match a pair of red shoes.

First of all we must know that the red shoes match perfectly with neutral colors and colors like black, brown and blue.

They also match perfectly with fancy clothing, as long as they are neutral in color.

Instead, do you want to wear a summer and colorful look with your red shoes? No problem, in fact, the red shoes can also be combined with clothing with opposite or complementary colors, such as yellow, orange or pink.

With a simple look, however, such as jeans and a solid color t-shirt, red shoes are a perfect accessory to give a touch of color to your look.

In addition to the red shoes, for a simple look you can combine the red bag, the belt or the lipstick of the same nuance of the shoes, so as to make the look complete without weighing it down or making it vulgar.

What are the pairings to avoid?

No red shoes combined with a red dress, would make the look too heavy and tacky.

No to red shoes combined with a bright green dress, the green color and the red color recall too much the Christmas atmosphere and however already the green has its visual component very attractive, if we add a pair of red shoes then you will surely be noticed, but not always in a positive way!

Also avoid charging the outfit with too many red accessories, so no necklaces, earrings, rings or red scarves.