Missoni brands all of their items with its distinctive multicolor stripe and zigzag patterns, even its shoes. With the advent of spring and the coming of summer, Missoni flats should be a standard wardrobe accessory because they can be paired with a multitude of outfits and looks.
Flats lend themselves well to the cooler weather because they look super trendy with capris. The bright, busy patterns of Missoni go well with solid color, neutral toned pants like black and white. For the summer, white looks particularly sophisticated. Pair it with a blouse that matches one of the colors in the shoes. For a more punkish look, match the color of the pants to one of the colors in the shoes, like Curacao or pink, and go with neutral for the blouse.
Flats do not add any length to the leg but they also lose their punch when left all alone down at the bottom of the foot. They need something to accent them, so make the skirts knee-length or just above to provide them a bit of canvas. This gives you enough bare leg to lengthen while shortening the distance between the skirt and shoes. Or, if you must wear that mini jean skirt, slip on a pair of black or white leggings that come to the knee or mid-calf. Make the leggings a bright color that matches the flats to add spark and energy to the outfit.
If you have a pair of pointed toe Missoni flats, wear them with longer pants or jeans so that the tips stick out. This reduces the sharp angles of the shoe that can be overwhelming when worn with capris or a skirt. Throw on a top that matches one of the colors in the shoes or a neutral black/white to complete the look.
Keep it neutral if you want to add accessories like a sash that match the shoes, or go for the matching color and keep the rest very plain and minimal. If the skirt is A-line and very full, keep the hemline mid-calf length or above to avoid losing the impact of the shoe. Missoni flats are great for day wear, so quick and easy casual dresses in solid colors look great with them.
If the shoes come with a band of color on the top and bottom (like some of the multicolor ballet flats), then try matching your bracelet to the color and thickness. A necklace and earrings can match the colors in the shoe. For a great bohemian vibe, wear a neutral toned top and bottom and wrap a tie around your waist or head in colors that match the shoes. A few of the flats also have large decorations like roses; try to find a similar hair clip that can be worn to mimic the look of the shoe and create symmetry by having one large accessory on both the top and bottom. The clip can also be attached to a belt or sash for a romantic twist.