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Jeans And Pumps

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Hi folks,

 

dunno if thats the place to show my picture but i give it a try ;-)

 

I bought some nice blue pumps and tried to add them to a pair of skinny jeans.

 

What do you think of that combination?

 

Any ideas/critique is welcome :)

 

Greetings,

woh

 

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Those jeans look enjoyably tight. ;)

 

Nice combo. The colour match is surprisingly good. I'm personably not big on suede (rains a lot here) but that outfit certainly works!

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Nice jeans and heels combo, but maybe too much blue. Would black jeans and blue shirt be better.

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So far looking good to me. What kind of shirt/blouse you're planning to wear?

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I havent been on here for a while, but i do like the skinny jean / heel combo. Another option to try is to turn up the cuff of the jeans then try with out socks. How does your top half co pliment what you are wearing?

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Looking good.

I would almost call those heels oxfords rather than pumps.

'Enjoyably tight' - I like that description/concept.

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7 hours ago, WalkTall said:

Looking good.

I would almost call those heels oxfords rather than pumps.

'Enjoyably tight' - I like that description/concept.

Yes, they are 'Oxfords', i.e. a lace-up shoe (although strictly-speaking they should have a toe-cap).   In the UK, we normally reserve the term 'pumps' for light flat or low-heeled dancing shoes or gym shoes, and even then it is more of a regional usage.   Plain slip-on women's shoes with a heel are invariably called 'courts' - 'pumps' being the US usage.

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