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Buy Blue Flats Online

Updated on February 9, 2011

Thinking about pepping up your wardrobe and buying blue flats online? Blue flats can be amazingly versatile, but before buying blue flats online you need to consider the color, the style, the material, and your current wardrobe! Once you’ve decided upon the perfect type of blue flat, you can purchase it online and integrate it into your everyday wardrobe—you’ll be surprised at how versatile a really great blue flat can be!

Infuse style into your wardrobe with a pair of blue flats
Infuse style into your wardrobe with a pair of blue flats
Add interest to an outfit with blue flats that have pattern or texture
Add interest to an outfit with blue flats that have pattern or texture
Blue flats with embellishment? Yes please! They're perfect for a night out with dresses or jeans, a simple T-shirt, and a statement necklace.
Blue flats with embellishment? Yes please! They're perfect for a night out with dresses or jeans, a simple T-shirt, and a statement necklace.

What material should the blue flats I buy online be?

Blue flats come in a range of materials, including leather, patent leather, and suede. Which one is right for you? For longevity and appearance, you will probably want to buy a leather pair of blue flats. Leather wears well, can be easily spiffed up by shoe repair stores, and looks luxe. Suede blue flats will easily scuff and grow worn—if you live in a cold-weather climate, you’ll be lucky to get one or two seasons out of them. Patent leather blue flats will be durable, but patent leathers in colors other than black or red tend to look cheap, so be careful. If it's too shiny--keep browsing. If it has a subtle sheen, go for it! But if you’re looking to buy a blue flat online that is durable and always looks great, leather is your best bet for the material.

What style should the blue flats I buy online be?

When you start looking for blue flats online, you’ll find a wide array of styles—round toe, pointy toe, open toe, slingback, and more! There are so many choices that it may be hard to tell which blue flat is right for you. First, think about what you want the shoe for? If the outfits you envision have a sweet, casual, or retro feel, round toe blue flats are best. If the outfit is more fashion forward or you want to elongate your legs, pointy toe blue flats are best. Slingback blue flats will look good with jeans or dresses, but open-toe flats aren’t a classic choice and tend to make shorter women look a bit stumpy. If it's summer, you can also try a great blue gladiator sandal or fancy flip-flop with dresses and jeans--instant glam, especially if they're embellished with beads or subtle sparkle!

What shade should the blue flats I buy online be?

If you’re looking for blue flats online, you won’t just find one shade—you’ll find hundreds! Cerulean, turquoise, navy, baby blue—the options are overwhelming! Luckily, this guide can help you figure out the best blue flats for you. The two most versatile colors of blue flats are bright blue and navy blue. These shades span all four seasons and can function as a neutral in almost any outfit—even if the outfit doesn’t have any other blue in it! Bright blue and navy blue will look good with shades of purple, red, yellow, and green, and even certain oranges. White sundress with blue flats? Perfect! Red and purple patterned shirt with blue flats? That’s good too!

However, less common shades of blue—like baby blue or electric blue—will make your blue flats harder to pair with outfits, and they’ll likely end up sitting in your closet, gathering dust. However, sometimes you'll come across a pair of beautiful blue flats online that you just have to have--and they may be patterned, an odd shade, or uniquely cut. Then what? You can wear those extra-special blue flats with a single-color dress--for instance, stylish blue flats will look amazing with certain shades of purple. Just be sure not to match your jewelry to the shoes--that's trying too hard! Instead, introduce a third neutral color, like gold or ivory, to tie it all together. You can also wear play up your unique blue flats by keeping it simple: a white, brown, or black fitted tee, jeans, and jewelry.

As you can see, blue flats can easily be integrated into any woman’s wardrobe, bringing a pop of freshness, color, and style to outfits.

Now that you know how to buy blue flats, will you find true blue love?


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