Black espadrilles. When to wear them and why!

Posted by May 25, 2016 - Fashion, How to walk in these trends, Things We L@VE
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Espadrilles of all kinds of colours and materials have been a must-have trend for the past years. And it seems they are here to stay this year as well. They are the kind of shoes that can be worn by both men and women. They will usually bring to your mind memories of a sunny day on the beach but they can be easily matched with the rhythm of the city. In the photos of this blog post, I paired them with polka dot leggings and a white long dress shirt and it felt good and comfortable. 

 

When to wear them: The weather in Vienna can change dramatically. One day is 20 degrees and sunny and the next day is 10 degrees cooler and rainy. As a result, our daily attire depends more on the weather and less on the personal mood. I usually check the weather forecast one day before in order to decide what to wear the next day because it happened too often to go out wearing wrong outfit and feeling either too cold or too warm. For those reasons, choose your shoes carefully. Go for the black espadrilles that are all time classic and suitable for all weathers.

 

Why to wear them: My work as content creator/freelancer is demanding. I don’t have office hours from 09.00 to 17.00 and my office place can be everywhere. I usually work outdoors taking photos or assisting other photo sessions. Consequently, I need flat soft leather shoes that are both stylish and highly resistant and that don’t get dirty easily. If your job is demanding as mine, a pair of black espadrilles will stand in good stead. One more advantage is that they can be matched with everything. No time for thinking which pair of shoes with which item of clothing every morning before you head to work? With black espadrilles from Humanic, life will get a little bit easier…and beautiful!   

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By: The Viennese Girl