Gladiator sandles look trendy and are a good a addition to your wardrobe as they look stylish. They also help giving an elongated illusion to the legs. People with short legs can definitely try this option to give a long legs illusion. This footwear comes in various length and designs and can be teemed with denims, skirts, shorts, dresses almost with everything. Here are few design variations and styles how our celebs wear it….
Ankle length flat Gladiators– One of the most commonly seen design in gladiators, they look good with short length dresses. You can combine them with shorts too.
Lace Tie up at front & Flat Gladiators– The lace up sandals are most common to see and have different variations. Its a feminine design and a must have in a women’s wardrobe. Word of caution for the people who want to have a hassle free experience tying and adjusting the knots is to choose a design with a mock tie up detail with a zipper fastening.
Ankle length gladiators- So if you do not want to go high, you can try ankle length gladiators. They look best with skirts or high pants because the length and the design are clearly visible, but pairing them with Denims is also a good option.
Asymmetric Gladiators– As the name suggests there can be any asymmetric design detailing. Here Sonakshi has pulled it in a great way with a short dress.
Closed Back detail with a Zipper at back– A design which is covered and closed from the back and is fastened with a zipper at the back itself.
Embroidered Gladiators– They are perfect for any party person. Its great if you want bold footwear design for your functions. As the design detailing is very strong do not mix and match it up with any other bold accessory. They single highhandedly can pull your look in a great way.
Low cut Back open gladiator– A Good for the people who do not like closed sandles but still love the gladiator look. It is great to be worn even with Indian outfits.
Image Reference: Wassupbollywood.com, Aloo-gobhi.com, Fashionmate.wordpress.com, Biscoot.com, pinterest.com, Shoera.com, Poshmark.com, Urbanoutfitters.com