What's happening in hot street style here and abroad? Blood red heels. Rhianna, British songstress Mollie King and Louise Roe have hit the pavement recently in shoes that stand out against the throng of flats and basics. Historically relegated to evening fare, red heels are now daytime approved with the stylish music and media set.
Louise Roe was filming for the now defunct fashion show Fashion Star in July when she stepped out in the navy and red ensemble. Looks like she was showing some patriotic love for the states (and perhaps her native UK). Either way, this cool casual look is taken to a whole other level with a pair of bright red heels. Slouchy and boyish on the top and bottom, but all woman on the heels. Definitely a way to go when you're making the sidewalk your catwalk.
Rihanna was caught leaving a Manchester hotel in what can only be described as an homage to the hip hop vixen. From the baggy tee to the slouchy beany, channeling this look is for the bold woman who enjoys emulating celebrity and model-off-duty style. From the ankles up, she's just trying to be comfortable, but down below we see those red heels in a chic peep-toe style. This is a lot of look, and you certainly don't need every piece. Tone it down if you choose by skipping one or two pieces.
1.Impact Men's Joy Division Ian Curtis T-shirt $14.50 – $26.13; 2.American Apparel Cotton Beanie $21.94; 3.Nina Woman's Pangea $76.65; 4.Ankle Rolled Destroyed Boyfriend Jean $41.94; 5.Cat Eye Sunglasses $75
Molly King wore this sexy-sweet outfit to a posh dinner. You can never go wrong when you mix together pieces that appeal to the senses. On one hand you have feminine and pure with a white dress, on the other, you have edge and real sex appeal with a moto jacket, mini length and red pumps. Mollie knew exactly what she was doing by keeping this look simple in terms of color and letting the styling speak for itself. She also chose to keep her makeup minimal. The pieces are eye-catching without a ton of makeup.