Let’s Get Naked

Art can never exist without naked beauty displayed.

My shoe obsession always has me in search of the next big shoe trend for women, and apparently this is it. Introducing naked shoes.

With trend alert posts claiming that naked shoes make your legs look longer, I’m not sure how I feel about the so-called celebrity pre-approved naked shoe craze.

In fact, forget naked shoes, there seems to be an ongoing ‘naked’ trend, which includes naked maxi skirts, naked dresses, and even naked pants. So it’s really no surprise that the sartorial world that I love so dearly is all over the naked shoe. Surely just getting naked is so much more better!

Made up of clear straps, a shed-load of PVC and a neutral palette, naked shoes have definitely taken off and evolved from the time when I was a little girl wearing my own version of the naked shoe – the jelly shoe.

From block heeled naked shoes to the more office-safe pumps, it’s the feel and look that you’re not wearing any shoes that make naked shoes so popular, this and apparently they also elongate the leg as well. Admittedly, I could do with a few inches added to my legs, but I don’t see the point of this shoe trend. To me, a great pair of heels is like a piece of art – they’re there to be admired, and therefore seen!

I think it’s fair to say that I won’t be buying into the naked shoes trend.


I can safely say I’ll never ever waste my money on a pair of naked boots…ugh!
To complement your naked shoes look, one must carry a naked rat dog.
This is one trend Kim Kardashian shouldn’t be embracing.
If the whole point of naked shoes is to make you look taller, why would you ever buy naked gladiator shoes?
These naked shoes remind me of something I once had in my dress-up box as a child.


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