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Martinez shoes: How to wear the favorite shoes of French women according to this fashionable designer


5 pairs of shoes that a woman should always have in her wardrobe?

  1. A pair of timeless 4 to 5 centimeter walkers, perfect for walking all day in style
  2. A pair of flat sandals or braided mules for the holidays
  3. A pair of sandals with 7 centimeters heels
  4. A pair of ankle boots with square toes and 6 cm heels
  5. A beautiful pair of classic black pumps with pointy toes and stiletto heels

the Cheyenne The shoes

Martinez shoes

The pair of Souliers Martinez shoes par excellence to invest in?
JM: “The Cheyenne sandal, which is a variation of our iconic Capri model. It combines comfort and style with a flared heel and a very 70s platform. The square neckline in supple braided leather wraps the floor while leaving the instep bare. This is a new model that we are distributing exclusively on our e-shop, perfect to be the queen of the dancefloor this summer.

The ultimate shoe faux pas?
JM: “A sandal that doesn’t hold well and drops the toes, or a worn and misaligned heel at the end of its life.

Ellie Delphine in Martinez Shoes

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An icon with great shoes?
JM: “I was very inspired by the characters of films, in particular those of Almodovar, Penelope Cruz, Carmen Maura, Rossy of Palma… “

What does it mean to have style today?
JM: “Having style is above all knowing yourself well and knowing what brings out your beauty and what you really like. It’s about having self-confidence, knowing how to analyze the plethora of products offered today and making them your own, creating something unique and personal. It takes a little work on yourself and a little bit of creativity.

Translated by Abdel Benakki

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