All Shades Of Blue – 20 Most Interesting Pairs of Pumps

Every girl must have in her wardrobe at least one pair of black pumps, and now, in addition to black, for a bit of a change, the blue pumps can be an inspired getaway from the routine. Matched with colourful dresses in cotton and denim – in other words with most of the summer wardrobe – these pumps will play their part on helping you create a fabulous look.

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Sergio Rossi

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Barbara Bui

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Casadei

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Chloé

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Dolce & Gabbana

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Charlotte Olympia

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Gianmarco Lorenzi

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Alexander McQueen

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Fendi

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DSquared²

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Giorgio Armani

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Jimmy Choo

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Christian Louboutin

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Marni

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Brian Atwood

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Miu Miu

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Gianvito Rossi

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Prada

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Salvatore Ferragamo

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Manolo Blahnik

8 comments

  1. roxiefox

    Reblogged this on Roxie Fox's Blog and commented:
    While blue is my least favourite colour, it does go well with brightly coloured prints and summer dresses, so here are some beautiful pumps to mull over while summer is still with those in the northern hemisphere.

  2. Reblogged this on Insanely Clever Marketing and commented:
    Great fashion article, and I’d add ‘Oxblood’ to that list too. Oxblood (or burgundy) can be traffic stopping but also plays nice with black, navy, white, some shades of green, and camel plus it’s a rich colour to add with textures such as fur (faux of course), silk, wool and leather. You can also see my posts on “How To Wear Cobalt” and “Winters Hottest Colour” on Stylehunter.com.au

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