The Mary Jane shoes are iconic: let's see how to combine them with different looks!
The Mary Jane shoes are those strap-closed shoes that are very reminiscent of children's shoes. In fact, they are called, from the name of the girl in a comic book, Buster Brown's little sister, a son of paper by the designer Richard Felton Outcault. Mary Jane wore these little shoes with the strap! Now there are all the colors and with high heels, medium, low, a ballerina … in short, they are a shoe that pleases. Let's see how to combine it together.
Mary Jane, how to wear them with style: in fantasy
The beauty of this type of shoes is that they are very simple, so you can also buy them in fancy or colored. For example pieds de poule, like these below, or red, yellow, pink … in short, you can choose the ones you like best! The important thing is, if you buy them in fantasy, that your outfit resumes the same tones.
Mary Jane, how to wear them with style: with denim
As you can imagine, it's one of my favorite looks! A beautiful white shirt, perhaps with a ruffled collar, and a Mary Jane in black paint: simple and chic!
Mary Jane, how to wear them with style: glitter
I have a couple similar to those in the picture and every time I put them on, my daughter tells me: "Mamma, they look like my Elsa shoes!", Meaning her Frozen-themed carnival costume shoes! He is not all wrong, but I must say that I love them and I wear them very often. In summer with pastel tones and during mid-season with jeans. They are very comfortable and add a touch of light to the whole look.
Mary Jane, how to wear them with style: with the heel
The Mary Jane with the heels are back to great. You can combine them with both the skirt and the trousers and, if you have strong ankles, choosing the model with the low strap on the instep will help to slender the whole leg, try it. They are fine, however, even under trousers, even if I avoid the palace and would rather opt for a carrot or cigarette pants, which leave the shoe uncovered.
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