Jul 20, 2015

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Fantastic Ideas to Match Your Nails with Your Shoes

It’s that time of the year again when you could wear those cute sandals and teeny shorts because it’s so hot outside. With all the trends in summer clothing nowadays, it can be quite confusing to choose which one to wear, especially when it comes to shoes and matching nail polish. Here are some suggestions to help you make your life easier.

Lace-up suede sandals – these are great with daisy dukes or tattered shorts and crop top or bralette. For the nail polish, choose a deep mauve on your toes. This gives your look an element of fun.

Bright yellow strappy sandal – this is the perfect footwear to pair with a Sunday dress, a button-down shirt or a pair of baggy boyfriend jeans. A magenta shade for your nail polish will contrast your ensemble nicely.

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Pale pink leather sandals – if you don’t want a super girly look, choose a pair of sandals with a minimalist design. And for the nail polish, pick a pistachio shade to freshen up your appearance.

Metallic gold flatform sandals – to tone down the look a bit, you can wear a dark maroon nail polish. For your clothes, you can a mini skirt with a lacy crop top.

Damask lace-up sandals – the white threads of this pair will be picked up on by choosing a soft silver polish. It’s perfect if you pair it with distressed jeans and a pullover.

Camping style flats – those hideous looking sandals your mom made your wear to summer camp eons ago are now in style again. If you are edgy enough to wear this, match with an equally looking scarab beetle-inspired color.

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Strappy, multicolored sandals – pair this with muted lavender. Wear this with a sleeveless number, a crop top and pencil skirt or shorts.

Animal printed slides – a deep teal polish will enhance the look and feel of a pair of snake-embossed slides. Then, wear a floaty white ensemble for a casual and cool evening.

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