Seen on the streets of Florence—a return to
the classic pedicure colors, with a modern twist.
Here's how to make it work with your shoes.
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE RIGHT PAIRING.
“Winter colors are not just for winter anymore,” says nail blogger Carolyn Schutz of Manicure du Jour. We love dark tones as a surprise with
a light sandal.
Dark charcoal & wine
Rosy, feminine shades marry well
with natural browns and beiges. It's a soft, neutral combination that makes a perfect canvas for all of summer's bright looks and bold prints.
Pale, pretty pinks
A subtler shoe
styling, like a simple
slide, can handle a
To elongate your
feet, pick a polish
that's close to your
When you look at
a shoe, if there are embellishments, tone
the color down.
To make feet
look more tanned,
choose a lighter
color for contrast.
Go for a classic red
if you rotate loads
of different colors
We sat down with Carolyn for a few more quick tips:
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