Red Carpet Trend – Nude Heels


As summer’s just around the corner, we are seeing more and more nude heels on the red carpet.

Pumps, pointy courts, peep-toes and strappy sandals have all been spotted.

The reason they are loved by so many, is because once you match a shade close to your skin tone, the shoe can make your legs look longer.

Nude heels go with absolutely everything. Many celebs are thinking out of the box and wearing nude heels with many colours, whilst some are sticking to safe black, using the heels to inject a dash of colour.

We have recently seen Taraji P. Henson, Rose Byrne, Scarlett Johansson and Nicole Richie sport this trend.

You can go nude with these 3 options below:

Topshop £60
Jimmy Choo £363
Lanvin at Matches Fashion £778.

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6 Responses to Red Carpet Trend – Nude Heels

  1. Anonymous April 1, 2009 at 17:01 #

    Was waiting for you to do a post on this – nude accessories are everywhere! Keep up the excellent work :)

  2. Fashion Critic April 1, 2009 at 17:29 #

    Thanks so much.

  3. Sydne April 1, 2009 at 19:33 #

    Those Lanvins you found are to die for. I want him to a line for Topshop. I’d fly out to NY for that one.

  4. Bridget April 2, 2009 at 03:07 #

    I have to say that I like this trend a lot. But can there be another term other than nude used? It’s not like we all have peachy/taupe/tan/beige skin… I know this might seem small to some, and ‘beige’ doesn’t exactly evoke glamour the way ‘nude’ does, but it’s just a thought.

  5. whitestroke April 2, 2009 at 20:26 #

    I love Lanvin ones. I’d get those if I had money.

  6. Anonymous April 9, 2009 at 16:43 #

    lol, Bridget, I was about to say the same thing.

    I get what it means but that colour is not me nude.

    They should call it ‘nude’ – quotes included.

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