These shoes aren’t nearly as dramatic as yesterday’s offering from the same brand, but they are infinitely more wearable, which is no bad thing! Although they lack the theatrical feel of some of Dolce & Gabbana’s recent creations, however, they’re no less beautiful for that, and there’s obviously a huge amount of workmanship gone into the beaded upper. You just don’t see shoes like this every day, do you?
That intricate beading is one of the reasons for the high price tag (The other, of course, is the brand name itself: Dolce & Gabbana doesn’t come cheap, regardless of what it looks like): these are covered in sequins from toe to heel-tip, but they still manage to look delicate and pretty, rather than loud and garish, like some all-over-sequin styles.
Matches Fashion recommend wearing these with something very simple, like a little black dress, to allow them to be the focus of your look. That’s always good advice with stand-out shoes, but actually, I think the gold colour of the uppers will make these quite easy to wear with a range of different colours and styles: my temptation would be to wear them with something blue, to pick up the sequins on the heel, but there’s no reason you can’t let your imagination run wild!