I think ankle booties would be the perfect style of shoes to wear with this out fit. At first I thought specifically platform style ankle booties with a chunky heel; but after looking at a wide range of ankle boots I think most any style could work with this look.
I settled on a pair of Aubergine ‘Nolita’ suede ankle boots from Brian Atwood. The color goes with both the shirt and the shorts.
Aubergine ‘Nolita’ suede ankle boots from Brian Atwood
Aubergine ‘Nolita’ suede ankle boots from Brian Atwood featuring a round toe, a platform sole, textured side inserts, a nude sole and a stiletto heel.
My bag of choice for this outfit is a Beige and bordeaux torque fastening shoulder bag from Hermes Vintage. I wanted a bag that had some burgundy to go with the color of the shoes and some beige to go with the shorts.
Beige and bordeaux torque fastening shoulder bag from Hermès Vintage
Beige and bordeaux torque fastening shoulder bag from Hermès Vintage featuring an adjustable shoulder strap, an internal patch pocket and logo lining.
For accessories I would add a Gold metal necklace similar to Versace’s gold metal necklace featuring a triple box chain, signature Medusa medallion pendant, and medallion box tab closure; and a Gold-tone brass such as Chanel’s VINTAGE logo chain linked bracelet.
Gold-tone brass bangle from Chanel
Gold-tone brass bangle from Chanel featuring a chunky curb chain style design and a signature interlocking ‘C’ logo.
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