Saturday, 29 July 2017

A Guide To Wearing Flat Shoes

The morning after a night out in your favourite pair of strappy stilettos, and you’ve probably sworn never to wear them again. The blisters, the pain, yet when the next night out comes around you just can’t resist. Flat shoes however, have always been associated with comfort – but could they finally be party ready? Whilst, unfortunately, it’s still not appropriate to head out in your fluffy slippers, Daniel Footwear suggest that shoes, such as Melissa shoes and flat designer sandals are parting the way for party flats. 
A Guide To Wearing Flat Shoes

Embellished sandals
Summer comes hand in hand with pastel colours, embroidery and embellishment – and your shoes are no exception. Embellished sandals are your summer alternative to heels. In fact, many A-listers have even walked the red carpet in the sparkly flats. The worst thing about them is that they can only be worn in the summer — step out in them in the winter and prepare for some strange looks and exceptionally cold toes!

Whether you’re sipping cocktails in Marbella or in your local beer garden, they’re perfect for channelling that beach-to-bar look, while their added glitz adds a dash of glamour that every night out needs. Keep the rest of your outfit formal or smart-casual at the very least — wearing them with jeans is too casual for a night out with friends. Instead, choose feminine dresses and skirts in cool colours and delicate prints. 

Backless loafers
Whilst heels in the workplace can make you look professional and smart, we all know they can also be extremely uncomfortable, especially if you’re on your feet all day. Backless loafers are a great alternative to heels for around the workplace. Originally made popular by Gucci, other brands have since replicated the trend, making the loafer one of this season’s must-haves.

These designer-inspired flats eliminate the chance of blisters and keep your feet cool. Because of their formal style, they’re the perfect addition to your work-wear wardrobe. Choose a black pair and wear with plain-coloured culottes and a chic sleeveless blouse.

You can also wear them as part of your off-duty style — a light-coloured loafer works great with loose-fitting, light wash ripped jeans and an easy t-shirt. Bring the look together with a chic tailored blazer for a look that successfully bridges the gap between smart and casual.

The pointed flat
The ballet pump has been a popular choice amongst women for years now – for comfort and casual fashion. From work to play, is there anything this super-versatile shoe can’t do? 

Apparently not. The pointed pump is the ideal choice for a night out, as it is not just comfortable — it’s this season’s must-have shape. For extra evening glamour, choose an embellished or lace-up pair to add detail to your look.




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19 comments:

  1. I love flat shoes, so much more comfortable than trying to wear heels x

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  2. I used to wear flats constantly but now I'm more into heeled ankle boots x

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  3. I never wear heels anymore,my feet kill and I can't walk in them properly like I could in my teens. I tend to wear boots in the winter even with a dress. In the summer yes I do wear flip flops even for a night out,I just find them much more comfortable,great post xx :)

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  4. All my shoes are flats, I hardly ever wear heels I find it hard to walk in them.

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  5. I love the sound of party flats - just what my poor feet need!

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  6. I only wear flats with the rare occasion of a small wedge, my heel wearing days are well & truly over!!! Xxx

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  7. Since my car accident and reconstruction surgery they told me I would probably never be able to wear heels again so flats are for me. I love trainers but I even got some with pom poms on to jazz them up a bit haha.

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  8. Flats are literally my go-to shoe. I live in my converse! Maybe a bit too much! x

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  9. I love flat shoes. I wear them all the time when I can. The ballet shoes are my favourites as the are easy to walk in.

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  10. they look great and really stylish. But I have never been able to wear flats with anything that goes between my toes.

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  11. I can't do heels for the life of me so flats are always my go to. Love pointed flats xx

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  12. I can't wear heels after having hip surgery so I always love new ideas for flats. It's so hard to find flat shoes suitable for nights out, especially in the winter months.

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  13. I can feel a bit dumpy in flats when I'm going out so usually go for heels with emergency flats in my bag!

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  14. I swear I live in flat shoes - especially since having kids! Although I am quite boring and always seem to opt for ballet pumps...

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  15. I've always compromised comfort for beauty, but it's nice to know that you really can have both! Thank you for sharing, as my feet have taken quite a beating over the past several years.

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  16. I actually have those Michael Kors sandals. They're so comfortable and easy to walk in! xxx

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  17. I love flats, I like heels but flats are just so much easier and comfortable!

    Cass | CassandraMyee

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  18. I hardly ever wear heels, I love flat shoes too much!

    Rachel | Hey Rachieface

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