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Just In: These Ferragamo Shoes Are As Runway As They Are Office

Italian luxury house Salvatore Ferragamo reveals the Viva pump, the house's new icon shoe that takes cues from both the past and present. Here's how you can get to styling it – whether you choose to go all out editorial or everyday classic.

Ferragamo shoes are hard to miss. Over the years, the luxury house’s iconic Vara shoe – seen on the likes of various stylish women from Marilyn Monroe to Alexa Chung – has earned a steady reputation for being sleek, comfortable and suitable for everyday wear. And while the Vara has found a place in the wardrobes of the fashion and office set alike, the Viva – Ferragamo’s latest icon shoe – takes things up a notch with its style-factor.

Featuring a tapered toe, soft nappa leather, tone-on-tone finish, matte texture as well as an oversized bow, the Viva’s style-meets-function factor proves a fit for various occasions. With seven colour options to choose from – each shoe retails for $990 and is available in all Salvatore Ferragamo stores nationwide – here, we break down how to style these pretty pumps. Another day, another aesthetic, right?

Socks With Pumps a la the SS20 Runways

These all-white Viva ballet pumps slipped over a pair of sheer socks is a playful, feminine look that takes its cues from the SS20 runways. Pair with an all-white ensemble for a fun yet put-together work look.

Summer Casual

Another big SS20 trend? Denim. And though these Viva ballet flats are made from a light canvas blend, its denim effect adds a touch of texture that extends over the shoe’s bow and signature logo. Pair with a summery dress for a day time look that extends beyond your regular jeans and T-shirt pairing.

All That Glitters Is…

You got it – these all-gold pumps are a statement number that we’d personally wear on a chic night out. Pair with your monochromes for that added oompfh.

Playful Pastel

Pastels don’t have to just be pretty. These baby blue pumps paired with a bold pair of paperbag ankle trousers (another SS20 trend to keep an eye out for) is the kind of playful, experimental look we live for.