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Womens Dress Shoes Navy Blue

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Blue Shoes for Women

One of the most popular colors in general, blue is also a favorite choice in women’s shoes, falling in line behind black and shades of brown.

And, while it may not be the most exciting color in the world, blue has many positive connotations. It conjures a feeling of trust in people. It also represents calmness, serenity, safety and loyalty.

Of course, there are as many shades of blue as there are women who will wear them. Below, I’ll address some of the most popular shades, along with what colors to wear with them.

But before we get into those details, let’s take a really quick look at a color wheel. It will help explain the basics, so that, in the future, you can choose the right shade of blue shoes on the fly.

The Color Blue

Twelve panel color wheel showing blue sitting directly opposite of orange.
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If you look at this simple color wheel I’ve provided, you’ll notice that blue sits between aqua (a shade of green-blue) and indigo.

Colors that are next to each other on a color wheel are considered analogous colors. Color theory suggest that these colors work very well with each other.

But the real fun starts when you look at the colors that are opposite of each other on a color wheel. These are contrasting or complementary colors, which means that each hue is intensified when paired with the other.

As you can see, blue is opposite of a orange shade. Wear these two colors together and you’ll have instant contrast. In some cases, the combination might seem too harsh, but at other times, the added pop of a complementary color is exactly what the stylist ordered.

Of course, this is an extremely simplified wheel and example.

As we all know, the color “blue” could mean one of a million shades. And even when we get more specific by specifying a shade like “green-blue,” it still isn’t a term that is universal enough to guarantee good results.

On top of all that, there are several different ways of using the color wheel to come up with a result that is generally considered pleasing.

For example, you can select two or three colors that are of the same tone (the shade of a color) and put together a cohesive look that way as well.

Or, you can scrap the color wheel all together, and just look for a harmonious color scheme, like two or three colors you might find together in nature.

Midnight, Navy and Other Deep, Dark Shades of Blue

Navy blue, two-piece pumps with high heels and ankle straps.
Steven ‘Raquelle’ Image:  Zappos.com

Perfect for fall and winter, and also a favorite in warmer weather, dark shades of blue look fantastic with white. So good, in fact, that there’s an entire genre of fashion that features those two shades nearly exclusively: nautical.

The problem is, this color combination is so often used in conjunction with a seaside theme that it’s easy to look nautical even when you’re not trying to.

If you want to wear navy blue shoes with white — and avoid getting ship-related comments — my first tip is to skip wearing stripes. Instead, look for floral or geometric print items that incorporate navy and white into them.

Other colors that look great with these deep shades of blue include fuchsia, deep orange and  nearly any shade of green. I’m especially partial to wearing dark blue shoes with yellowish-greens, like chartreuse and lime.

Mid-Tones : Cobalt, Bright and Royal Blues

Low-heeled, two-piece pumps with royal blue suede uppers
Chinese Laundry ‘Off Beat’ Image:  Zappos.com

As seen in the color wheel example above, orange is the complementary color of mid-tone blue, so wearing the two together will make for a very dynamic combination.

Other colors that look great with bright and royal blues include light, bright and mid-tone blue-greens; nearly any shade of purple; white; and black.

When you’re working with shoes that are bright like these, my best tip is to either go all the way by wearing them with a vivid print dress or blouse.

Alternatively, you could choose a true neutral, like black, white or gray, and allow your shoes and other accessories to provide the pop of a single bright color.

Soft, Muted and Dusky Blues

Two-Piece pumps with high heels, and muted blue suede uppers.
Vince ‘Celeste’ Image:  Piperlime.com

Muted and dusky shades of blue have such a nice, soft, relaxed vibe that they’re perfect for pairing with light to medium neutrals and earthy shades like creams, taupes, tans, and beiges.

These colors are also a natural for wearing with your favorite jeans.

If you’re looking for a bit more contrast, try wearing these gentle blue shades with:

  • vivid pinks;
  • deep golden yellows;
  • mid-tone to dark reds;
  • or shades of rich, chocolatey brown.

Light, Sky, Powder, Baby and Other Pastel Blues

Satin evening shoes with pale blue uppers, rhinestone embellishments and covered heels.
Badgley Mischka ‘Goodie’ Image:  6pm.com

Pastel shades of blue are extremely appealing to a lot of women, but because they’re so light, they’re not always as easy to work with as some of the other blue shades.

Naturally, white works wonderfully with light blues. And, your next best bet is to pair these colors with light to medium earthy neutrals, or just about any shade of gray.

Black can also be an awesome match for light blue, but you’ll need to be diligent about the rest of your accessories. Keep a simple, limited color scheme. If you wear powder blue shoes with a black dress, you’ll want your belt, bag, and any non-metallic jewelry to be as closely matched to your shoes as possible.

So far, so good. It’s when we move beyond neutrals that things start to get a little tricky.

But all you really need to do is match the tone of your clothing to the tone of your shoes.

For example, unless both shades are found in a print you’re wearing, stick with equally soft shades like peach; pale yellow; soft to mid-toned pinks; lavender, and minty shades of green.

Aqua, Teal, Turquoise and Other Green Blues

High heel shoes with reptile-embossed uppers in bright aqua.
Rachel Roy ‘Gardner’ Image:  6pm.com

Light and bright shades of greenish blues and blueish greens are perfect for spring and summer, while darker shades of teal and turquoise are especially well-suited to cooler weather.

On top of all that, they’re also some of the most fun shades of blue to work with. Perhaps that’s why some class of teal, turquoise, or aqua is nearly always trending.

If your shoes are a bit more on the blue side of the spectrum, look to pair them with shades of orange, especially light to mid-tones like corals and peaches.

Darker blue shades that are more on the green side will contrast nicely with deep shades of red and rust.

And nearly any shade of blue that falls into this watery category will look fantastic with more true blues and greens. They’re just magic together.

Another magical combination is pairing shades of blue-greens with browns, as well as other mid to dark earth tones and neutrals. The contrast in these combinations is so pleasing, you don’t really need a lot of other choices

Best Places To Buy Wedding & Bridal Shoes Online

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Okay, gorgeous, let’s go wedding shoe shopping! One of the most frequent questions I get asked as a bridal stylist is, “Where do I buy wedding shoes?” The simple answer – buy your bridal shoes online!

With endless variety for styles and easy returns offered by most shops, you can make this a laid-back experience to complete your bridal look. Make a mood board, get some inspiration, and find the perfect pair of bridal shoes online without leaving home.

Some brides want a pair of shoes that can elevate the occasion – something that sparkles with joy on their wedding day. Some brides are more focused on comfortable wedding shoes (check out our favorite flat wedding shoes, here!) and some brides want to invest in a pair of heels that they can wear for wedding anniversaries to come. As a recent bride myself, I wanted a pair of shoes that combined all three of those reasons!

Whatever style you are dreaming up, it’s made our top shopping list of places to buy your wedding shoes.Top Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Shoe | Bella Belle Shoes 17Photo by Laura Gordon for Bella Belle ShoesTop Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Shoe | Bella Belle Shoes 11Photo by Laura Gordon for Bella Belle Shoes

Bella Belle Shoes

Price range: $200 – $500

Bows, ribbons, polka dots, and all things pretty! Bella Belle Shoes makes it so easy to match a striking pair of heels to your gown’s special details.

Standouts include anything with embroidery, applique, laces and frills, that make these shoes feel as special as your big day.

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Jimmy Choo

Price range: $500 – $4,000

Hello, stilettos! We love this designer for their classically simple styles. Even catch the sparkly pair of Jimmy Choos worn recently by Priyanka Chopra at her own wedding!

Choose your heel height from kitten to sky-high. Leather, sparkles, or Swarovski crystals will adorn your favorite pair and give you a very sexy, sophisticated elegance.

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Nordstrom

Price range: $100 – $1,000

Shop for your entire wedding look at Nordstrom, shoes included.

Their online selection ranges in price from affordable pieces to higher-priced designer looks, in every shoe style. Whether casual espadrilles make your must-have list or even ivory bridal boots, their site makes it easy to search by style and narrow down what looks you love.

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The Outnet

Price range: $100 – $800

Looking for a glamorous heel and a deal on designer styles? The Outnet offers you beautifully stylish designer shoes for around 50% (or more!) off their original prices. There’s no need to compromise on quality for your wedding day. Score a rad deal and wear something fabulous!

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Shop Bop

Price range: $150 – $600

For the bride looking for something contemporary and fun, Shop Bop’s bridal shoes are where chic meets bold.

We love the chunky heels, noteworthy colors (mesmerizing holographics and metallics!) and uniquely designed multi-strap styles. No matter if your dress has a high-low design or a side slit – these shoes are ready to be on display!

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BHLDN

Price range: $100 – $400

Luxe satins and feathers are calling to us in this collection of vintage-meets-modern styles. BHLDN’s online shoe collection is affordable and seriously charming.

You’ll find a range of neutrals, blushes, and soft blues. Plus, they have an array of flat styles that feel just as fancy as heels. It’s no surprise that they’ve also made our list for top recommendations to shop for your bridesmaid dresses, too!

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ASOS

Price range: $30 – $100

Looking for cool style on a budget? Their entire shoe collection falls just under $100 making it accessible to any bride.

They have looks that are minimal and neutral, or festive pieces that are much more of-the-moment. Truly, you can find anything for your intimate family gathering or your raucous night out party that fits your own personal bridal style.

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Anthropologie

Price range: $100 – $400

Anthropologie is a hub of looks for the modern eclectic.

Find current color trends like prints, neons, and hot reds! Even non-traditional styles like clog sandals and braided raffia slides we love for summer brides! Anthropologie is where bohemian essence meets modern shoe fantasies.

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Etsy

Price range: $50 – $250

It’s no secret that we love shopping for weddings on Etsy (especially your engagement rings!) because it’s a hub for unique items – shoes included!

Popular styles include cute and feminine heels, pretty laces and chiffons, and even detailed lace-up bohemian sandals. And since so many of these pieces are hand-crafted, some shops even offer customizations or extensive options for color-matching!

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Yulia Nadeeva

Price Range: $130 – $200

These handmade shoes combine modern design elements with simplicity and soft color. You’ll find textures like sparkles or suedes composed with dainty details. Check out one of our favorite pairs of bridal flats, too! This collection comes along with that extra touch of something special.

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