Designers tell us that when we’re looking for the perfect pair of shoes we should keep in mind two things: our body structure and to comfort degree the pair of shoes offers us.

Well, you can find the ideal pair of shoes following the next tips, and get ready for the shoe-shopping session…!

Stilettos

Although photographic documentation attests that the stiletto type of shoe existed since the late 1800s, they become famous in the middle of the twentieth century.
Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian star with different conformations, posed with confidence on the red carpet with very high heels. These type of stilettos without plateau is indicated both for mignon and whiskers women because it elongates their legs, and for tall women as well because it gives elegance to any outfit.
The platter stiletto is suitable for all women, being more convenient than any other normal shoe. The heel must be perfect because it carries the whole body weight.
Tall women shouldn’t fear wearing stilettos because this model can be worn and adapted to any outfit with different approaches – casual, elegant, or cocktail.
If you have a mignon silhouette mignon, don’t choose a platter stiletto because you risk looking disproportionate. So if you have 165 cm height, choose a platter of up to two centimeters!

Ankle Boots

This type of shoe can look extremely sexy, regardless of your height but the only condition (very important, by the way) is to have very thin legs.
Take into account the outfit you decide to wear: avoid wearing these boots with three-quarters pants/tights, midi or tapered skirts, shorts, or Capri pants.
If they match your legs wear these boots with confidence especially that this season peep-toe boots are back in fashion.

Mid-calf Boots

This model is flattering only for tall and thin silhouettes because the midi length “cuts” unaesthetic the leg.

Over Knee Boots

This type of boots got high exposure, being promoted by celebrities like Cher or Abba band girls in the ’60s, then Julia Roberts wore them with courage in Pretty Woman (1990).
With some fetish “flavor” and ultra-hot look the popularity of these boots has grown today.
You can wear these boots regardless of the height you’ve got and you can match them with an oversized sweater and shorts, with skinny jeans and a pale top that follows the body line – the basic idea is that the rest of the outfit is as simple and conservative.
If you don’t want to expose too much skin and this outfit is too bold for your personality, combine them with a long or midi dress.

Boots

Whether they have heels or not, or if they are casual or elegant, over-knee or below-the-knee boots are the most versatile piece in your wardrobe, isn’t it?
Designers say mignon women should wear below-the-knee boots to follow their leg line.
Tall women can wear over-the-knee boots, baggy or molded. The outfits for such types of boots are very wide. Avoid skinny jeans and shorts.

UGG Boots

Everyone should have a pair of UGG in their wardrobe. But it’s not recommended for voluptuous women, but rather for androgynous silhouettes.
Another mistake would be to wear them with socks or tights – the sheep skin they are made from is specially treated to keep a constant body temperature, regardless of the weather outside. Wear these shoes directly on the skin.