Yes, I know it's not Tuesday Shoesday BUT I'm here to show you my favourite shoe of the month!
It's funny, I'm not really one to wear flat shoes, if you browse through my blog you'll see that most of the time I'm in heels. For a while, I pretty much refused to wear flat shoes, because let's be honest when you think of flat shoes what pops into your head? Ballet pumps which in my opinion isn't exactly attractive. But as time went on I warmed up to the mule and slingback trend and started swapping my 6inch heels for flat shoes more and more often.
I'm always on the hunt for new stylish shoes, shoes that will take me straight from the office over to the cocktail bar, and sometimes I don't always want to be in heels - they begin to ache after a while - (we can all relate girls). I'm sure we've all had one of those nights where we've jumped in a cab home and taken off our heels- ah the relief, how nice does it feel?!
I love that with this plain and simple outfit my shoes stand out and elevate the look. When done right, flat shoes upgrade and heighten an outfit's cool just as much as any heel can. When a woman has the option to wear flats and get away with it, she's 100% taking the flats any day!
You know what my motto is - comfort over everything. Originally I was actually a little hesitant to go out in these shoes as the majority of the time pointed shoes are extremely stiff and uncomfortable on the foot, however, these shoes perform like a dream, they are so comfortable and bouncy you feel like you're walking on clouds.
Quality: 4.5/5 These are hands down are one of the best pair of shoes I own - quality wise. These will hold its shape however, I don't suggest wearing them in the rain. And you know me, I'm a little Magpie! Anything glittery, shiny or pretty and I'm sold! The embellishment on the front of the shoe is perfect for when you want to accessorise your outfit without adding jewellery. It adds that little something!
*Please note some of these items in this blog post have been gifted.
*This post is in collab with http://seiraelves.co.uk/ but all thoughts and opinions are mines.