What color outfits would you wear with these shoes?

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Jeans, warm browns, beige
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I was thinking maybe a light blue top and darker blue jeans. Probably they could work with a grey top and black jeans...but would I need an accessory to match the red shoes? t is so much easier to just buy black shoes
Are those red? Or cognac?
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They are called burnt orange---reddish orange I guess. Maybe a russet color?
I personally would wear them with anything.

I think red is a basic color. The brown sole would be my biggest matching issue, not the actual color of shoe.

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Isn't the sole just a natural leather color? It doesn't look brown to me.
I was thinking maybe a light blue top and darker blue jeans. Probably they could work with a grey top and black jeans...but would I need an accessory to match the red shoes? t is so much easier to just buy black shoes
Originally Posted by Curlswirl
Not at all. IMO, red is so vibrant that one stand-out accessory is enough, or it can get too matchy-matchy. I'd wear those with a caramel or beige handbag.
With simple neutral solids or a patterned/striped top with that as an accent color.

I think they work well with blue jeans and beige/brown tones. They may work with greys and blues too.
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Ah, it all makes sense now. Goldy is the puppet master!
Originally Posted by Poodlehead
Echoing what others have said:

Beige, camel, all warm browns like caramel, and very dark brown, also taupe, grey, blues, and cream. Basically, most of the "autumn" colors.

I would actually like some reds that go toward the russet tone too, depending on how you wear it, like a pant that had a red, brown, grey tweed.

Avoid green, purple, blue-green (like teal) and not great with black or white.

Have fun!

ETA: Black shoes may be "easier" as you said in your original post, but these are so much more fun, stylish and livelier.
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