LeBron James’ wife Savannah wears bodycon dress and heels for her birthday – Footwear News

Savannah James celebrated her 36th birthday on Saturday with a quick Instagram photo shoot. The social media personality expressed her excitement with fans in a stylish look and standout heels.

The special day called for a special ensemble with James donning a long dark blue dress with a geometric neckline that gave the piece an interesting shape. The long number was paired with gold accessories that LeBron James’ wife wore around her neck and piled on her wrists. The mum-of-three wore her wavy tresses down and parted in the middle cascading over her shoulders and enhanced her features with a smoky wash on her eyelids and a nude lip.

Sticking to the classics, James wore black and gold strappy sandals with a stiletto heel that lifted the birthday girl to new heights. The shoes featured black arches with rounded toes and glittery straps that drew attention to the heels with every step James took.

Often defined by long straps that wrap around the ankle and up the leg for security, strappy sandals are a popular choice with shorter dresses and other silhouettes that highlight the legs. A staple of the warmer months, strappy sandals can be any heel height for versatile wear.

In recent weeks, stars such as Vanessa Hudgens, Tayshia Adams and Alessandra Ambrosio have also worn Versace, Giuseppe Zanotti and Casadei heeled sandals, in addition to James.

James’ shoe choices are generally sharp and stylish. The star can be seen in a range of signature, colorful pumps and sandals on the red carpet and sitting on the court, from top brands including Amina Muaddi, Charlotte Olympia and Christian Louboutin. His casual shoes are equally sharp, including printed, platform and combat boots, as well as low-top sneakers from contemporary and athletic brands, including Vans.

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