Christian Louboutin Nude Collection is the only pair of shoes you’ll need for this season
Nude shoes are extremely popular right now, especially in the spring of 2015 – that’s why Christian Louboutin has decided to design a gorgeous collection of shoes in several nude shades. Simply called the “Nude Collection”, this line includes probably the only pairs of pumps you’ll need for this season.
With clean lines and an extremely chic look, these pumps feature the trademark red soles from Louboutin and will be available in a wide spectrum of nude shades, to go well with any natural skin tone. These pumps were designed to complement and flatter any outfit and after just a single look, you just know they could go well with basically anything.
The Nude collection of shoes has been created to compliment every woman, creating an amazing illusion that elongates the leg, with the shoe tone blending with the natural skin tone. These beautiful nude shoes will be available in some of Louboutin’s most popular styles, like the Pigalle Follies or Iriza Half D’Orsay.
They’re already available in stores and if you want one as soon as possible, you can just order them from the Bergdorf Goodman site.
Update in 2016: Christian Louboutin Expands Nude Collection for ‘All Women’
The label initially launched the collection in 2013, only including heels in lighter shades of beige. A team member of the Louboutin brand made a comment about beige not being her skin color and it inspired Louboutin to transform nudes from a color to a concept.
In the past, nude heels, nude bras, and even nude Band-aids were intended to give the illusion of bare skin — but for only one skin tone. Defying fashion normality, the Christian Louboutin Nude Collection introduced a whole collection of nude products that appeal to all skin canvas.
In the most recent Louboutin “Nude” collection, the nude tones range across 7 colors in the palette, from “porcelain” to “deep chocolate.” Promised by their Instagram brand, “a spectrum of nudes. Seven shades of nude ensure every woman can meet her match.”
The luxury brand known for its iconic red-soled shoes maintained its costly reputation, with each leather shoe amounting to over $500 in price. Regardless, women praise Louboutin for his inclusive approach to include their customer base.
“I have clients from every continent and want to make them happy!” Louboutin said when he relaunched the collection last year.