Snazzy flat footwear that leaves espadrilles and ballet flats walking.0
London’s calling! And he has Hugh Grant’s accent and Jude Law’s…um, face. The best part, he’s offering you his shoes. Not for fall silly bear, for now. Snazzy flat footwear surpassed summer’s espadrilles and ballet flats – thank god – and copy catted off the good ‘ol boys. Digging it? So are we. It feels like we’re Charlie Chaplin dancing in this season’s oxfords and brogues.
From gold and shiny to two-toned trekkers to traditional rich browns and noirs, jump on board now so you can ride out summer pairing them with your short shorts or mini skirts. The best way to wear the man trend this summer is to mix it with pieces distinctly feminine. These shoes can be worn dressed down or dressed up.We like the tucked in tank, floral skirt and black oxfords look as well as the cut off shorts, blazer and colored brogues (pictured) look. Accessorize with headbands, bangles and your boyfriend’s Rolex…or Swiss Army watch. We know, some of us aren’t there yet.
This trend doesn’t come around to often, so how much you want to invest in these shoes is really up to you. Those willing to commit may want to explore the saddle-esque pair courtesy of Dolce & Gabana or the mean classic black crafted by the fine folks at Prada. Not ready? Visit Top Shop for plenty of classic and nuevo styles that won’t break the bank. Of course we love Kurt Geiger for men or women (below). When shopping, keep in mind that this season’s ode to men’s footwear are sleeker and ironically more flirtatious than the ‘ol Dr. Martins you wore with your high school uniform, so choose a pair that won’t overwhelm your style… whatever that may be. Cheerio!
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