The perfect sandal for little girls to wear to a wedding is at Pull & Bear
The tone of lime and the glossy substance add a certain sheen that is easy to combine. Always without overpowering the bride of course.
Kim Bareros says the best time to get married is July, because after that comes August. It couldn’t be any healthier, as we all know. However, choosing the look in the middle of summer is not easy. Fortunately, there are safe options that never fail. Dresses are already becoming part of the outfit, and sandals are gaining more and more prominence, replacing women’s high-heeled shoes. That’s why Pull & Bear makes a perfect lime color suggestion, especially for short-lived women, thanks to its voluminous shape.
Shoes with soles are part of history – not only in fashion, but also on the planet, because they were already used in ancient Greece. In the 16th century, for example, they were used by European aristocrats. They began entering pop culture in 1938, after designer Salvatore Ferragamo created Judy Garland, during the success of The Wizard of Oz. However, this trend did not spread until the late 1960s, because it was a combination of bell-bottom pants.
Since then, there is no shortage of references in the entertainment world. Madonna, Prince, Naomi Campbell, Paris Hilton, Hilary Duff and Jennifer Aniston have joined the trend. Lately, we’ve been seeing huge sandals and shoes from the likes of Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, Bella Hadid, and Dua Lipa.
Thanks to the shiny material, the Pull & Bear sandals have a sheen that makes a woman stand out. Lime tone blends perfectly with other colors such as green, pink, dark blue and white. The 13.5cm heel gives the little ones extra strength, as does the 4cm sole.
The model itself is also available in vibrant pink and black, which opens up even more possibilities for the combination. It moves from number 35 to 41 and is for sale in Site And in stores for 35.99 euros.
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