14 Flat-tastic Flats

February 26, 2016

Who said flat shoes were boring?!

Whether you’re a ballet pump princess or a stiletto senorita, we’re sure you’ll find something for you in our special selection.


Take The High Street

You can’t go wrong with these Metallic Zara brogues (£29.99). You can almost see your gorgeous “glowing’ face in them! (if you can see your feet anymore…)


For a more casual look, try Kurt Geiger’s Miss KG Leon2 low top sneaker (£42). Made with snake print PU, slip into this bad boy with ease.


Or get tied up in Aldo’s leather Alize number (£55). We love its metal-capped heels.


A little further up the high street, check out Russell & Bromley’s sparkly Hashtag Soft Ballerina flats (£115). These are so versatile that you can wear them with anything from some casual jeans to a ball gown!

Designer Treats

Spoil yourself with these adorable Salvatore Ferragamo Claire Polka-Dot Ghillie Flats from Harrods (£520). Designed in collaboration with Edgardo Osorio, the sweet pair was crafted in Italy to perfection.


Embrace your inner feline with these pretty Capri Cats by Charlotte Olympia (£425). Go for the zebra print linen option to make an impact.


Paint the town red with Christian Louboutin’s Galia Tissue Medailles (£375). With their exclusive navy medal print, the espadrilles come with the CL crest embroidery signature.


Slip into something comfortable with Gucci’s classic Horsebit-detailed suede loafers (£270, Net-A-Porter). They come with pebbled rubber soles for maximum grip.


We adore the colour of these nubuck Gommino Driving Shoes by Tod’s (£260). But if turquoise isn’t your thing, there are 19 more colours to choose from!


Comfy Corner

Nothing says comfort like Ugg’s Classic Mini Serape boots (£140, House of Fraser). With their sumptuous fur lining, you won’t want to take them off.


For your maternity needs, Séraphine is your go-to destination. We love their ShoeTherapy Python Loafers (£79). With their ergonomically engineered soles, these are designed to improve your posture and boost circulation, “which is guaranteed to ease back and joint pain and energise heavy legs”.


Satisfy the designer in you with these Roshe One iD trainers by Nike (£95). The genius of these is that you can pick and choose whichever fabrics and colours you like to make a truly unique pair of trainers. Have fun!


What better way to welcome the spring than in some classic espadrilles? What about TWO pairs for the price of one? Asos has stolen our bargain-hunting hearts with this Jeanie Two Pack (£18).


What flats are you in love with? Let us know below.

Images courtesy of Aldo, Asos, Kurt Geiger, Harrods, House of Fraser, Christian Louboutin, Net-A-Porter, Nike, Charlotte Olympia, Russell & Bromley, Séraphine, Tod's and Zara

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