How to combine white with ecru-coloured shoes

How to combine dressing styles with ecru-coloured shoes by Papanatas

We continue the series of posts focused on how to combine different colors with some beige-coloured shoes by Papanatas.

Originality. This would be the concept that this color gives us, which is always a basic in the wardrobe, and which is also extremely versatile.

Without a doubt, this colour is a perfect wild card for shoes, as its neutrality is ideal for any type of style.

In any season, this tone (like white or even others), provides that perfect complement, both for day and night.

Its neutrality is capable of moderating any other color with which it is combined, so you cannot stop having shoes in ecru tones.

How to combine white with ecru-coloured shoes by Papanatas
How to combine white with ecru-coloured shoes by Papanatas

How to combine white with ecru-coloured shoes

As a seasonal highlight for the ecru color, we have selected this classic Ballerina from our Papanatas collection.

Always fashionable, these Ballerinas with an ankle strap combine with everything and are always an ace in the hole for any occasion.

This shoe has soft materials and a strip to the ankle; they are made in a very soft suede with an absorbent and thermoregulator interior lining. Its insole isremovable, breathable and antibacterial, which makes this model all-purpose. In addition, it has a thin strap with a buckle, perfect for any foot.

As in all our collections, this model is designed and handmade in Spain with top-quality materials.

These ballerinas are extremely comfortable, even in long hours of use. Its flat, non-slip platform sole is highly resistant to any surface.  

Without a doubt, perfect shoes for girls and moms who want to share the same design. A comfortable, urban, fashionable, with original and trendy details footwear.

Enjoy some designer shoes by Eli 1957 for your children!

Visit our online store, where you will find this and other models that you are going to love. Remember to check our sizes’ guide.

Photo credit: Eli 1957