Gold Tipped Shoes for Spring
While some trends are slow to catch on, others like gold capped shoes spread like wildfire the minute they hit the runways.
Current interpretations of these chic, toe-dipped shoes manage to be both ladylike and subtly edgy. They feature everything from of-the-moment contrasting color combos to modern textures. Spotted in countless spring collections from Christian Louboutin, Giuseppe Zanotti to Louis Vuitton, to name just a few, is proof that gold cap-toe shoes are the perfect footnote to all of your spring and summer looks!
Scroll down to find DIY instructions to make your own gold tipped shoes.
Danger Zone by Chinese Laundry
Step into the Danger Zone by Chinese Laundry. The metallic toe cap and 3 1/2 heel make this an ideal pump for any occasion. Wear them at the office with a metallic pencil skirt and fitted blazer or simply pair them with a dark pair of jeans sheer button down and layered accessories. This leather beauty is available in bright fuchsia, mint, nude, white and black for only $89.95.
Daz Ey by Luichiny
You’ll have a sexy strut in the Daz Ey by Luichiny. This pretty, pointed toe pump showcases a peach synthetic leather upper with a metallic capped toe. A 4 inch stiletto heel completes this utterly cute style. This sweet looking peach colored shoe will go with just about anything in your closet this spring and it’s a steal at only $74.99.
Timothea by JustFab
It doesn’t always have to be high heels. Here are three trends we love in flats — cap toes, color blocking and metallic accents — combined flawlessly in this faux suede ballet flat. With the Timothea you’re always high on style. For only $49.99 this orange gold tipped shoe will add a fun splash of color to your spring wardrobe.
Create your own gold tipped shoes with these super easy DIY instructions:
Simply have on hand or purchase liquid gold paint, a paint brush, tape, scissors and the pair of shoes or boots you want to turn into gold tipped beauties. (This is great for covering up scuff marks as well.)
Begin by taping off the area you want to paint gold; make sure to tape the sole of the shoe as well. Mix up the gold paint in the jar and brush it onto the shoe with the brush; add two coats minimum for complete coverage. To make your gold capped shoes extra sparkly, like the orange flats above, add some gold glitter in with your paint.
Let the shoes dry completely and remove the tape carefully. It’s that simple to create DIY gold-tip shoes!
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