GLADIATING IN HEELS....
High Gladiator Sandals! I have always been skeptical about these, Most of the people I have seen wearing gladiator heels haven’t really pulled them off without looking trashy. I didn’t want to be one of them, so I tried to make this look somewhat casual with a little class.
I didn’t want to go all the way or be too funky because one wrong move with these and you've gone all the way down trashy lane .
I think it’s important to let these heels dominate the outfit, so keep other parts of your ensemble simple. Go a bit shorter with skirts and shorts to keep a long leggy look when gladiators rise to the knees. And since these are such a bold statement in themselves, keep other accessories simple. The knock-out factor of these shoes doesn’t need the competition of big bags, bangles, scarves or other pieces. You’ll already have their attention when you walk in wearing a pair of high heel gladiators with a simple mini pleated skirt.
So I kept this as simple as possible, with a Lauren Conrad pleated skirt, a sleeveless top from Marshalls and a cute neck piece form Rue 21.
If you’re looking for something more versatile, you could opt for the flat gladiators in a shorter “mini” version. These work great with a peplum skirt, capris or leggings
Btw, it was so windy and hot on this day! Wheew! My hair just couldn’t stay in place lol.
I hope you guys enjoy! Till next time, stay stylish!
Pleated Skirt: Lauren Conrad, Top: Marshalls, Gladiator heels, Chelsea and Zoe, Necklace:Rue 21
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