Welcome to Bella’s Blog! Today we are sharing our ultimate shoe guide with you! We are going to show you the shoes we offer here in our store! We are also going to go over how to clean shoes and help with odor! Check out our table of contents below to see everything we talk about! Stop in the store today so we can help you pick out the perfect new pair of shoes!
All of our clothes are imported from the USA! We make regular trips to keep up on the latest fashion!
We have girls and women’s shoes imported from the USA, and the prices start at 200 k! We have shoes to fit your outfit at any and all occasions! We make regular trips so our inventory changes, if you see something you really like stop on in or get hold of us on Facebook or Whats App.
If your scuffed shoe is white, you’ll need to do a little more work. Cosmetic scuff marks can be taken off using a regular white art eraser. But if the shoes are torn, you’ll need to apply white-out to remedy the problem.
If you have a similar issue, peel back the floppy sole, clean it of any debris, and fill in between the sole and the bottom with a strong glue. Use a Popsicle stick or other flat implement to spread the glue evenly across the bottom – you definitely don’t want the glue to harden and create uncomfortable bumps. Then, press the two pieces together and allow to dry for 24 hours before you wear them. The bottom should be bonded and water-tight once you take to the streets.
Lets face it, we may not want to admit this, but our feet sweat. Of course, we all know…sweat stinks. No one wants to admit this but it’s something we all deal with. Below are our best tips to help take the smell out and keep your shoes smelling good!
Spring: Be flexible in the spring. You can choose both winter shoes and summer shoes as your wardrobe evolves through the spring.
Summer: Lighten up in summer. Summer is the time to enjoy your sandals and espadrilles. Just be sure to enjoy them without socks.
Fall: Pull back in the fall. You can still be somewhat flexible as your wardrobe transitions to winter, but avoid the sandals and espadrilles. They don’t match with the heavier fabrics and colors of autumn.
Winter: Choose practical shoes for winter. Choose loafers, flats and boots. Make sure that your heels are wider to avoid slippage.
Women’s dresses have many different styles! There are sun dresses, long dresses, short dresses, and many more!
With dresses you would wear wedges, flats, heels, or even flip flops! Some occasions a short top flat tennis-shoe looks good!
You want to avoid tall or bulky shoes when wearing a dress, it will take away from the delicate look the dress gives you!
When you are wearing long pants and a shirt, almost any shoes can go with with your outfit! The same rule for the dresses applies, you want to try to stay away from big and bulky shoes!
If you are wearing dress pants and a dress shirt in a business or business casual outing you can wear heals! This will give you that nice professional look!
If you are wearing jeans, sandals or tennis shoes look the best! If you are doing anything active, tennis shoes are your best bet!
If it is snowy or raining, rain boots or snow boots can be worn with jeans, just make sure to tuck them in!
When wearing a skirt it gives a certain feminine look! Weather it is short, or long, with or with-out a design!
If you are wearing a long or short skirt, you can rock a beautiful pair or flats, heels, wedges, or flip-flops. No matter the occasions any of those are sure to complete your outfit.
You do not want to wear tennis shoes or boots with your skirt.
1. Black shoes
The most common shoe color, black, is not so difficult to match with other colors because it can be matched with almost every other color, but still here are the best colors that go with black shoes: Black, blue, gold, silver, burgundy.
2. White shoes
Almost like black, white can be matched with almost any outfit. Women like to wear it with denim, but it’s great for colorful outfits, patterned outfits and pastels.
3. Red shoes
They’re so daring and sexy. And the best colors that go perfectly with red shoes are: Black, white, neutrals, navy blue, orange, and pink.
4. Pink shoes
The color of the year and the cutest for girls and women can be matched with: Navy blue, neutrals, red, grey, silver, purple and green.
5. Purple shoes
Purple is as cute as pink when it comes to shoes and outfits, but what colors would make it pop and look best with it? Neutrals, pink, navy blue, and green.
6. Blue shoes
Blue shoes are as important as black shoes, but they’re a little bit difficult to match with your outfits, so here the colors that would look great on blue shoes: Brown, green, white, black, neutrals, and yellow.
7. Gold shoes
Gold shoes are not that hard to match with outfits as you might think, gold shoes can be matched with black, emerald green, red, and blue.
8. Silver shoes
I love silver shoes with denim; they go best with each other. But that doesn’t mean that silver shoes can’t go with gold, black, white, red, navy blue, pink and neutrals.
9. Nude shoes
If you want to elongate your legs and you want them to look slimmer, then wear nude shoes. They also can go with every outfit you have in your closet.
Flip over the pair of heels and measure the height of the heel tip. You can find a chart of corresponding replacement heel tip sizes online. Based on the shape and size of the heel tip, buy replacement heel tips at online retailers, cobbler shops or in the shoe department at most supermarket stores. If you cannot figure out the exact size of your heel tip, most brands of replacements should be able to fit one size up or down.
Using a pair of pliers, remove the old heel tips by lightly twisting and wriggling until the old heel tips pop out.
Sand down the shoe with sandpaper if the heel is uneven or holds remnants of glue or other material. Once the old tip is out, align the nail of the new tip with the hole on your shoe.
Use a hammer to push the new tip into place by using a light tapping action. Once the tip is fully secure, repeat the process with the other shoe.
A heavy-duty sewing machine can punch right through the leather of a sandal strap. But if you don’t have one, hand stitch the broken strap back in place with a needle and thread, and make sure the thread color matches your shoe color.
Unfortunately, this fix is going to be apparent to anyone who takes a close look. In order to solve this problem, you’ll need to add accessories. I snapped a couple of cheap flower hair clips over the repaired strap, and my shoes now look like a new pair with a bit of flair. Plus, I don’t have to walk around nervous that anyone will notice my repair job. This could also work with ribbons or vintage brooches.
Cut or tear a piece of fabric that is 1 inch wide and 10 inches long. Cut another that is 4 inches wide and 25 inches long. (The 25″ piece will be longer than you need; the excess will be cut off at the end. So, if you don’t have quite 25″, it’s ok.)
For simplicity, I will refer to the smaller strip and “Strip A” and the bigger one as “Strip B”.
Take Strip A and fold it in half long ways. (So the top and bottom of the strip meet.)
Push Strip A through the toe post hole from the underside of the footbed so a loop forms on the top.
Take Strip B and pull it through one of the bottom strap holes. Leave a little fabric on the underside and tie a knot to anchor the strip in place.
Pull Strip B through the loop of Strip A on the top of the flip flop.
Pull Strip B through the last hole in the flip flop. Put the flip flop on and pull Strip B until the flip flops feel secure on your foot. Then, tie knots on the 2 remaining loose strands.
Trim off the excess fabric on the ends of the knots. Then, secure the knots into the holes and use a hot glue gun to make sure they stay knotted and in place. There should be enough room in the holes from the original backings of the straps that you won’t feel huge lumps while you are walking. Flatten the knots and secure into these holes as best you can.
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Thank you for reading our blog! Today we shared our ultimate shoe guide! We talked about the shoes we have, different shoe tips, matching your shoes, fixing your shoes, and getting the smell out of them! All of our shoes are imported recently from the USA! Check out our Facebook for updates of new inventory! Stop in the store today so we can help you pick out your new favorite outfit!
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