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So you have indulged in your dream couple statement shoes. Now you have a dilemma: how can you get them to work with what you already have? If you have ever wondered which shoe color fits which outfit, we offer you some ideas to get you started. As you build an outfit around your shoes, you want to make sure you get your best foot forward, so to speak.

After all, there are no set rules for you Got to comply. Style is personal and wearing what makes you happy is a top priority. In case you are not sure where to start, we've put together a few colors that are really suitable for pairing. So, if you're ready to break out of these blue suede shoes, we have some ideas to help you find out the rest of your ensemble. Take a look below and buy some of our favorite statement shoes that are worth showing off on the way.

Goes well with pink, orange, black and white, neutral and navy blue. Professional tip: Red shoes are a great way to give a casual look a punch. However, avoid an outfit that feels too racy. Firefighter shoes offer enough sizzle factor for themselves. Stay away from monochrome too. Red on red can feel like an overkill.
Goes well with blue, white, earth tones, red and yellow. Professional tip: Orange shoes look good with yellow-brown neutrals, tans and beige – they provide a warm canvas from which the orange can really blurt out. If you wear brighter colors, wear brown accessories for a cool 70s look. If you're up to the challenge, try power-clashing by styling it in green or purple.
Fits best with all blue, black and green tones. Pro tip: Although purple and yellow are complementary colors, the two together can make a daring move (call to the L. A. Lakers). More butter tones go well with other warm colors like red or orange. For neon yellow, consider cooler colors or a simple black or white.
Goes well with brown, black, blue, neutral and yellow. Professional tip: Green shoes are surprisingly versatile. Just try to keep red and orange out of the equation, unless you are investing in a highly saturated statement.
Fits best with yellow, red, neutral, brown and white. Professional tip: skinny jeans with blue shoes, which are lighter or darker than the denim, are an absolute eye-catcher. (You should wear an ivory or beige fisherman's sweater at this time of the year.) Also note that the Navy is Black's more powerful cousin. it adds a bit of color, but with minimal risk.
Fits best with neutrals, navy, pink and green. Professional tip: For a surprisingly chic combination, we recommend purple and metallic. Try a pair of plum-colored pumps with a silver skirt and a blue jacket. Since Lila has a rich hue, it also goes well with simple neutrals.
Fits best with white, red, purple, neutral, indigo and black (for silver). Black, red, white, emerald, royal blue and burgundy are best for gold. Professional Tip: Whether you choose silver or gold shoes, it's best to stay away from eye-catching prints and colors for the rest of your outfit and let your shoes shine.

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