Don’t Miss Out On These Understated Flats For Spring

 

 

 

It’s never too early to start thinking about next seasons style and today the focus is on these two pairs of flat shoes. I first stumbled upon the Marks & Spencer flats whilst browsing their store a couple of weeks back and as soon I got home, I googled them and showed my mum because thats what I do when I see something that really captures my attention. I was a bit disappointed to see that online they were pretty much sold out but at least there is always hope for store availability. ¬†Coincidently whilst scrolling Topshop, I also found a pair on there that weren’t that dissimilar and potentially and arguably a little chicer. So I thought if I struggle to get hold of the M&S pair, Topshop definitely has a very acceptable alternative.

 

 

I imagine styling them with cropped white trousers, a simple top in a similar shade and then a trench coat for a tonal approach to styling these for spring. Alternatively they would look equally chic with a pair of black cropped trousers and a beige/camel brown shirt and some gold jewellery. It feels like a long time since I put any really style focus into a simple pair of flats and these seem like the perfect antidote to my normal obsession with a chunkier style of shoe and definitely a refreshingly lighter approach to dressing for once the spring is finally here! Let me know if you like them and also how you would style a pair of shoes like these.

 

Sending you love and light,

Daniella x

 

 

 

TOPSHOP SHOES – HERE

MARKS & SPENCER SHOES – HERE

 

 

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