How To Wear: Neon Pumps

Spring has officially sprung! Time to pull out the open toe shoes, pumps and sandals. One of my favorite shoe trends this season is definitely, “Lucide Neon Pumps”. Here’s a few tips on how you can style your Lucide Pumps this season! 

1. If Your Style Is Simple
(or if you work in a creative office setting)
 Pairing this bold pump with a simple white linen shirt and tailor pants is an easy way to wear a trend without looking too “trendy”. Keep your accessories to a minimal. A nude lipstick would look best with this style.
2. If Your Style Is Simple With An Edge:
If you prefer an edgy flair, pair your neon pumps with a boxy leather white tank. Playing with texture instantly makes the outfit more interesting. A pair of white skinny jeans and gold statement piece jewelry add an extra element of edge. Adding ankle cuffs as seen in the “inspiration” picture can really make this simple all white outfit pop!

I love Melody Eshani’s X Jeremy Scott’s latest collection. The pieces in this collection are simple with the perfect amount of edge!”

3. If Your Style Is Funky 
If you love bold color and prints this look is for you! Pair your neon pumps with a cropped leopard print top and acid wash high waist jeans for a fashion forward look. 
This would look great with a neon orange bag and magenta lipstick. Add chunky gold jewelry and throw on your 50’s inspired cat frame sunglasses and your are ready to go! 

So ladies, would you rock these shoes? If so which style is your favorite?
I’m definitely, “Simple with an Edge”.
Shop these looks by clicking the links below the collage.
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