Gold is the new neutral!
I never really realized how great gold shoes are until recently when I went on my Europe trip (check out my travel posts: Budapest and Vienna)! I say that because they seemed to work with a lot of my outfits throughout the 10-day period, and I didn't intentionally pack outfits that would work with my gold shoes!
The two pairs of gold shoes I wear the most often is from M.Gemi and Hobes. If you follow me on Instagram, you've probably seen them several times already. Because I get asked why I love them so much, I decided to share my reasons here! So read on to find out:
Gold is Basically Nude
I sometimes see gold as a glossy, shiny beige, so it has been an alternative "nude" choice for me when I wanted to "spice up" my shoe closet. I treat it as the same color group as tan.
Gold is Easy to Style
I used to think it's a hard color to style, but it really isn't! Just think about how you pair your gold jewelry pieces, got no problem there, right?
Gold Makes a Neutral Outfit More Fun
Just imagine an all black, all white or any other monochromatic outfits, with a pop of gold! It is a simple way to add personality and a fun vibe.
Gold Works for Many Occasions
My gold heels go with a lot of dresses. Whether it is for a cocktail event or a wedding, a pair of gold heels allows you to be stress-free whatever the occasion is.
When I pair it with jeans, its perfect for brunch or grabbing drinks. And as for the pair of gold flats I own? It has literally gone to all sorts of places with me!
Gold is a Seasonless Color
I like wearing white in the summer, warmer tones for fall, and usually darker hues during the winter. But gold just seems to work all year long in my opinion!
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Tricia Chen is co-founder of Key To Radiance. She loves having fresh flowers in her apartment, putting on face masks, savoring cupcakes and a daily cup of grande almond latte. She works in PR and Marketing, and is currently based in New York.
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