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Shoes for fall: pumps

9/15/14

Fall is making its presence felt and although we don't want to admit it just yet we will have to let go of our dear sandals and start wearing shoes. We need to be prepared and be sure we have the right shoes for any occasion. One of my choices are the high heel pumps, they are chic, never go out of style and they make your legs long and sexy. 
I have selected for you a variety of cheap pumps that are essential for fall. All can be found here: http://www.tbdress.com/Cheap-Pumps-101675/.

Basic pumps: they come in nude, beige, white, black, brown or grey. You need to have at least one of these colors in your wardrobe, because of their versatility. Easy to wear and mix with other colors.



Bright colored pumps: they spice up any outfit and they are definitely a mood lifter.  On a rainy day wear a colorful shoe and you will feel a lot better.


Printed pumps: they add quirkiness to an outfit and they can make you feel unique. The perfect accessories!


Pumps with appliques: You can wear them on a night out with friends, to a party, a fancy or a casual one. Rhinestones and rivets are a good choice!


Metallic pumps: As the pumps with appliques, the metallic shoes are great for going out. They bring that extra shine that an outfit needs!


Which ones are your favorites?

6 comments

  1. lovely blog :)
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  2. I'm looking for shoes for fall, so I like your post!!! I love that flower printed heels!! Eszter

    www.shineonsilver.blogspot.com

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  3. Stunning shoes, love all the colours and patterns too :) Have a sweet week doll xx

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  4. Hey,
    You have a great blog. Would you like to follow each other !
    Keep in touch
    www.indianbeautydiary.com

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  5. They are all amazing, I`d go for violet ones and black-sliver, love them!

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