Fantastic Flats

April 29, 2013

I have just decided it is warm enough to put my winter boots away and start wearing shoes without socks. It is not quite warm enough to put on my flip flops so I had a look to see if I could find any flat shoes. Sorting though all the pairs I own I noticed they are all a bit worse for wear, some have holes worn at the toes, some have holes worn at the heels. None of them are really fit for wearing so I had to throw them out. Still it gives me an excuse to go shopping.

I was looking for a pair of black flat shoes as they go with everything and I can wear them for work as well. I didn’t want a plain black shoe though, I wanted something a little bit different. I have managed to narrow my choice down to three pairs but am having problems deciding which I like best. Maybe you can help me?

The first pair I found where these Blowfish Peppermint shoes.

Blowfish flat shoes

They do look very plain but I like the three buttons on the front which add a little bit of interest without being overdone. These are a go anywhere shoe.

I then found these Regune Black shoes which have a touch of gold detailing at the front.

Ballerina flat shoes

These would add a touch of glamour to any outfit and look perfect in the evening. They might be a little bit much for days at work but would definitely brighten up the day.

I then found these Ualan Black shoes which have a touch of the rebel about them.

Ballerina flat shoes

The silver skull detailing is not noticeable from a distance but when you get closer you can see them. I love the way they circle the edge of the shoe which makes it very distinctive.

I really can’t decide which I like best. Which would you go for or should I keep looking?

You may also like to read about shoes for the summer.

Disclosure: I received vouchers for writing this post but was not told what to write and my opinions are my own.

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