Color block is a fashion technique, also referred to as color blocking, which combines the use of two or more blocks of solid color placed next to each other to create contrasting patterns and visually attractive designs. Color block is done by using a variety of colors including, monotone colors, muted colors, and bright contrasting colors and this technique is generally used in tops, dresses, footwear, handbags, bottoms and accessories.
Heels are shoes featuring an incline on the heel. Heels could be a separate piece from the outsole or a wedge heel that runs the entire length of the outsole. The heel provides elevation and can be found in many different shapes, including block, tapered, blade, and wedge. Heels can also be many different heights such as kitten heel, stilleto heel, low heel, mid heel or high heel.
Nine West Boogiedown Colorful shoe
February 20, 2013
Reviewer: Chris from Pennsylvania
These shoes fit true to size. I like them because they have a late 80's vintage look. Comfortable and easy to walk in. The variety of colors makes it easy to match with different outfits.
J. Renee Bloom Best shoe ever
December 28, 2012
Reviewer: Chioma from Trondheim Norway
They are the best shoes I ever bought, fits perfectly and elegant, good for dinner and big occasions. Trust me you look outstanding.
Wears this shoe: Special occassions
Beston Harmony shiny red bottom sandals
November 28, 2012
Reviewer: Adaley from Buffalo, NY
I'm gonna have to get gel strips for the the band across the forefoot. I wore them for five minutes and they already killed, but that's just the cost of sexy strappy sandals y'all lol. Can't wait for summer!
Wears this shoe: summer nights
Michael Antonio Andie Danas review
September 20, 2012
Reviewer: I wear heels or wedges at least 3 to 4 times a week.these are comfortable enough from Orange, Tx.
Love the color and style of this shoe. It seemed to be just a half size bigger than what I usually wear. I bought these shoes for a special occasion.
Wears this shoe: when I dress up.
Spring Step Seismic Cute and sassy, but maybe not a home run
September 18, 2012
Reviewer: Emma from Washington, DC
I love a great pop of color on a shoe to brighten up bland business attire. The black upper and brown lower portion makes it difficult to decide whether to wear with black or brown slacks, but I've tried both and think it works fairly well. Heel makes a nice loud clop sound that I like, that is not excessive. The detail on the stitching is nice, except very plain on the black section. Got some compliments at the office, but it's likely mostly to do with the fact that they are striking. My husband thinks they look like Dutch wooden clogs - which is not particularly complimentary I suppose... I still think they're cool.
Wears this shoe: At the office