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How to Improve Your Personal Style

An individual’s personal style is something that can set them apart and make them stand out in a room full of people. Even if you aren’t that into fashion, you can still develop a style that people can identify you by. Perhaps you’re wondering how you can improve your style and make it more interesting, or you’re at a point in your life that you’re hungry for change. Whatever the case, you can improve your style at any time you want to, just be open to trying something new. Here are practical ways that you can improve your personal style nevertheless.

Know What Look You’re Going For

Before you can actually improve your personal style, you need to know what exactly you’re looking to change it to. Identify what your personal style is presently and what about it is you want to improve. It could be that you wear too much black and feel like your style is too gothic and want to introduce new and vibrant colors to your wardrobe. Knowing where you want to go will give you an idea of how to g…

Tall Gladiator Sandals Under $100


If you haven't gotten used to tall gladiators yet, well, it's only a matter of time. Just like riding boots some years back, this shoe trend has been inching it's way into the mainstream market, and it's only getting hotter. Knee-high gladiator sandals are sure to become a summer fashion staple for years to come. Though you don't have to spend a ton of money on the trend. When the sandal first hit the scene a few years ago with the Stuart Weitzman studded gladiators, you had to fork over several hundred dollars to get the look. This summer plenty of mid-range designers and even budget brands are offering tall gladiators at prices under $100. You can shop the looks below. Pictured Above: ALDO Umarelle Gold Knee Gladiator Flat Tie Sandals, $90 (also available in black)


For the best value, look for a pair that has real stitching through the material, and if you can, pay a little more for real leather that will last much longer than faux leather. Most tall gladiators have a tall zipper in the back or on the side. Try a pair on in stores so you can test the zipper out a few times. If it's a lace-up pair, you don't have to worry to much about the functionality of the zipper, but if there are no laces or buckles, you want to make sure in person that the zipper is in great condition. For fit, if you're concerned about having enough room for your calves, make sure to get a pair that does have adjustable laces or buckles. One of the biggest complaints in online reviews is the sandal being too slim in the calves.

I prefer the lace-up gladiators the most, because they tend to be lighter in appearance. Some of the wide-strap sandals with a lot of buckles just seem so heavy to me, as well as too literal. I really don't want to look like I'm on my way to a costume party. Of course that's my preference. If you prefer the wide-strap pairs, there are some affordable choices in several styles below. A lot of them are available in either brown or black. Unless you have a lot of black summer clothes, a tan or metallic pair is going to be the most versatile sandal for your summer wardrobe. I've definitely got my eyes on the metallic ones. 


Tall Gladiators Under $100

Shop the Look: Maurice's Dysa Tall Gladiator Sandal  //  Windsor Brown Tall Studded Gladiator Sandals  //  Charlotte Russe Lace-Up Tall Gladiator Sandals  //  Carlos by Carlos Santana Kleo Flat Gladiator Sandal  //  Windsor Sky-High Gladiator Sandals  //  Madden Girl Women's Penna Gladiator Sandal

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