|We have a bleu, blanc, rouge or a red, white and blue theme going here with Roger Vivier sandals.|
All I can think about at the moment (slight exaggeration) is: “When will summer begin, when can I finally take off my cardigans and slip into my sandals?”
My sandals, and I have many pairs, are carefully arranged in my closet waiting, but it’s just too cold to wear them and although I have seen women, very trendy/creative women wearing socks with their sandals, I really don’t feel as if that’s me if you know what I mean (?).
In preparation for an eventual summer, I’ve booked my pedicure appointment for later this week. While thinking about the major decision about colors and color coordination with my sandals, I happened upon an article in a French magazine that talked about just that subject. So, thinking that you too may be wondering about color conundrums, I decided to share some of my propositions. (I hope you’re not going to be furious with me by the end of the post because I didn’t provide all the nail polish names. Try to look at it like general ideas. . .)
|Sandals by Dior.|
As you can see, I’ve chosen colors for each pair of shoes from “daring” hues — at least by my definition — and then the ones I would probably choose which are more ummm, classic (?), safe (?), comfortable (?). OK, some aren’t that risky.
In fact, one of the prettiest toe/sandal look I’ve seen was on a woman of a certain age, French, who was wearing gray sandals with silver “spikes” and a medium gray polish.
|Chanel sandals, obviously. . .|
|Vamp is probably considered a classic now.|
|K. Jacques sandals.|
|A choice of fuchsias.|
|Sandals by Carritz.|
|Cherries in the Snow.|
|Sandals by Steve Madden.|
|Sandals by Barbara Bui.|
|Flip-flop sandals from Burberry.|
|If you dare. . .|
|Sandals by Ash.|
|I think we all agree, we really, really like these Charlotte Olympia sandals.|