The right shoes for your pants: a guide!

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Mixing and matching different pant cuts with different shoes is a challenge for any woman. «Should I wear my pants tucked inside my boots? Can I wear sneakers with wide-legged pants? How can I wear flat shoes and still have an elegant look?»

Once again, your MFMK’s stylists are coming to your rescue with this simple and practical guide. If you still have any question, ask them in the comment section, at the end of the article. We’re here for you!

 

SLIM CUT

MFMK Definition: Narrow and tight cut. Also includes the skinny cut.

Heels

Elegant and classic, the pump or the heel shoe is perfect to pair with narrow-cut pants, as it will lengthen the leg. For a more intense lengthening effect, choose shoes in the same shade as your pants.

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Ballerinas

If you opt for a flat shoe, for comfort or simply by preference, we suggest that you go with a narrow ballerina type shoe. Its delicate design balances perfectly the tapered cut of the pants, thus not creating heaviness in the lower body.

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Wide boots

For the boots, choose a cut below the knee and slightly loose. In addition to being comfortable, this loose shape will ensure that you do not have folds at the intersection of the boots and pants.

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STRAIGHT CUT

MFMK Definition: Thigh and calf comfort cut. Also includes the "MOM" cut. The current straight cut is worn slightly shortened.

Sneakers

Nothing is more fashionable than a short straight-cut pants and sneakers duo. Do not hesitate to roll up the edge of your pants to reveal your colourful socks!

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Pumps

As the straight cut is often associated with a slightly more sporty style, it is really interesting to contrast it with an ultra-chic pump. How trendy!

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Tight booties

During the fall and winter, pair your straight-leg pants with contoured ankle fit boots that will slip right under the edge of your pants. And please, unless there is a major snowstorm, don't tuck your straight pants into your boots! #FashionFauxPas

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CROPPED CUT

MFMK Definition: Cut above the ankle bone to the mid-calf. Also includes the gaucho style.

Derbies

The shortened leg pairs well with derbies, a classic and masculine shoe style. Designed for men, but stylish for women too! ;)

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Sneakers

Major spring trend alert! Cropped jeans, colorful sneakers, t-shirt and jacket. Simple and fun!

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Block heels

For a day at the office or a chic evening, match your gauchos with block heels. They will go perfectly well with the wider cut of the pants.

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Tight booties

When it comes to boots, prefer a contoured ankle fitting boots that will slip right under the cropped pants. If there is a space between the bottom of the pants and the top of the boots, it’s completely fine. Rock it… unless it’s -20!

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WIDE CUT

MFMK Definition: Wide or flared cut from the fork to the bottom of the pants. Also includes palazzos.

Pumps

With pants that wide, make sure you don't add too much volume to the feet. The pump or block heels are always a great idea. And hello comfort!

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Tight booties

Obviously, forget the idea of ​​tucking your wide-leg pants in some boots. The short, tight bootie is perfect for this type of pants cut.

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Open toe sandals

In order to lengthen your silhouette, we suggest the open-toe sandals to match your loose pants. High or flat, it's all fair game!

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JOGGER CUT

MFMK Definition: Loose cut at the thigh and tight at the ankle.

Sneakers

Since it’s inspired by the athletic trend, it goes without saying that the jogger goes perfectly with the sneaker of your choice. Go bold!

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Flat booties

Until the snow has melted away, pair your joggers with a military-style flat bootie. So trendy!

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Open toe sandals

To give a feminine look to the jogger cut, nothing better than a thin high or flat sandal.

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Any questions? Let us know in the comments. We’re here to help! 

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