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Shoes are perhaps the most important accessory you buy. Even if you aren't an accessory person, we all need to wear shoes, it is not something we can do without.
They have the power to make or break an outfit. Once you learn what not to do, you'll be able to step up to a whole new level of accessorizing.
1) Wearing Shoes That Have Seen Better Days.
"Do you know how much I bought this shoes?" "I so much love this shoe, this is my best shoe." matter how heartwarming it is for you to say this words, it doesn't change the fact that - " Everything has a shelf life." It doesn't matter how much you love it or how expensive it is, all good things must come to an end.
If your shoes have holes ( eventhough you think people can't see it), are faded, scratched or look like they've been dragged through the mud, please don't wear them again, just throw it out.
However, there is one exception to this rule. Shoes in decent condition with minor issues such as worn heels or sole replacement can be taken to be repaired. Spending a few naira to repair them can be cheaper and easier than buying a new pair.
2) Wearing Black All The Time.
I know Black is versatile and free you from that stress of saying/thinking what I will put it on, but your shoe collection should not be exclusively limited to Black. Black isn't the only color out there. Try something else. Dm me for a Brown shoe and belt (October Flash Sale).
3) Wearing Socks When You Shouldn't.
Socks are a necessity with dress shows and sneakers but sometimes your feet look better makes. For example, never wear socks and sandals together. There is absolutely no exception to this rule. This also applies to Moccasin Shoes
4) Wearing Square Toes Shoes.
Square-toe shoes are now incredibly outdated. If you happen to own a pair or two, it's time for you to part ways with them no matter the good condition they are.
That it #nkygang.