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    pls see the photo, not sure to what extent it's obvious but the shoes and the bag, although identical when it comes to the material do not match in colour. one is more wine red and the shoes are bright red.

    problem, fashion faux pas?
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    I don't know if it's just the lighting in the pictures, but I would say that there isn't much noticable difference. Definitely not a faux pas.
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    (Original post by other one)
    pls see the photo, not sure to what extent it's obvious but the shoes and the bag, although identical when it comes to the material do not match in colour. one is more wine red and the shoes are bright red.

    problem, fashion faux pas?
    In that lighting, not much, it's hard to tell with a photograph though.

    However, you should be fine if you're going somewhere with similar lighting.
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    Hm, way too much red in the pic. :ninja: Try black shoes? The red ones dont really much for the outfit.
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    Agree with Ladipidoo. Black shoes are the way forward here.
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    Black shoes.
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    arg. I bought the bag to go with the shoes...
    bag and shoes stay perhaps and different coloured top?

    what am I supposed to wear the red shoes with then?
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    Don't try and over co-ordinate outfits. Me, I usually aim for 3/4 colours per outfit, maybe 1/2 neutral and two others. Stops you from looking too matchy and try hard.
 
 
 
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