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Shoes with a hint—or more—of golden, bronzy hues can add richness and light to a look. Our editors take questions on how to go for the gold.
Parco de Principe,
We love the contrast of the glam color with a daytime look. It's all about the silhouette and pairing. Try a golden flat with an ankle-length cotton pant and semi-tucked T. Or our burnished gold Stella mule peeking out of a wide-leg jean with a slouchy cotton sweater.
How can I put a casual spin on the trend?
I like the idea of gold.
But can I ease into it?
Absolutely. Start with a gilt detail or two. Gold works magic in the smallest of doses—like a thread in a chunky knit or the little surprise gleam of golden specchio (literally: mirror) at the heel and toe of our Brillare suede lace-back heel.
Basically, you can go in one of two directions, and we're guessing you'll know right away which one is you. You can let the shoe stand alone. Our ornamented Mille flat, for example, is like jewelry in itself. Maybe add a simple stud or a delicate chain or two, and you're done. Or, you can gild the lily. Literally. Pile it on unapologetically so it feels intentional, mixing metals for a really bold look.
What do I do for jewelry when I'm wearing a gold shoe?