Guys, getting the right shoes for the special lady in your life is the of the most challenging tasks a man can ever have, especially if that special one keeps the shoes she craves well under wraps!
You want the designer shoes you buy to be the ones she always wears, and of course, the ones that friends can be envious of, but it isn’t that simple. Women’s shoes are so complicated, using words us mere men have never encountered such as T-Bar, Wedge and Mary Jane, to us they sound more like cocktails than ladies shoes.
Then there’s the colour to take into consideration, make a mistake here and pay the price…if the shoes don’t co-ordinate then they will never be worn, unless of course you are willing to buy an entire outfit to go with the shoes (can get expensive!).
Fortunately, most shoe shops have approachable, helpful staff who can try to guide you in the right direction, it won’t harm if you can remember what colour the shoes are she already owns as well as which colour nail varnishes she wears but if playing video games and drinking beer has removed the need for such information then help is at hand in the form of the style guides.
In today’s image conscious world the most important element when choosing designer shoes for women is the brand, it cannot be underestimated how little the funky little designer size 4’s you’ve just spent your hard earned cash on will matter if they don’t have the right designer emblem on them. So to know which designer shoes you should be considering, look to the celebrity pages of one of her magazines, celebs just love to be photographed in the latest designer shoes and don’t worry, the girls love to have a peek at who’s wearing this years hottest heels.
Every woman loves designer shoes, they might not lavish themselves with them but that doesn’t mean they aren’t secretly hoping for some red-bottomed little numbers. Incase you were worried for an excuse to buy her some, worry not, she will appreciate them all year round and with Valentines Day, Birthday, Anniversary and Christmas to contend with you shouldn’t run out of opportunities to make her day.