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The Chunky Sandal
The Design: With their croc finish, embellished detail and thick platform, these shoes tick all the trend boxes.
The Tech: This style is equipped with two independent mid-sole layers for cushioning. An anatomically contoured footbed means you sink right into that comfort.
The Styling: Draw inspo from Cecilie Bahnsen and pair with puff-sleeve, organza dresses.
The Statement Pump
The Design: Ballet pumps will always be a wardrobe essential. FitFlop’s are some of the best – this statement gold design puts a fun spin on the classic look.
The Tech: The flat sole cleverly hides cushioning tech – you get that flat look without pounding the pavement against the soles of your feet. Surprisingly bouncy, they’re slip-resistant too.
The Styling: Channel your inner Alexa by adding boyfriend jeans and a biker to the look.
The Cool Pumps
The Design: This style is reminiscent of 2016’s mismatched ballet shoe trend, with a contrasting black detail adding a surprising twist to the classic shoe.
The Tech: Much like their gold cousins, these flats are supported by cushioned soles – plus, their stylish strap adds extra security and comfort.
The Styling: Pair with wide-leg black denim and a blazer for a polished high-low look.
The Slick Trainer
The Design: Consider these the perfect box-fresh sneakers – we love their curved shape, air-tech finish and slick details.
The Tech: These clever trainers come with slip-resistant pads on both the front and back sole, and are designed for enhanced flexibility. Perfect for pounding the pavement, they’ll work with you for comfort and ease.
The Styling: Naturally, you can pair these with your leggings and hoodie, but we also love a slick sporty trainer teamed with leathers and an oversized sweater.
The Fun Sneakers
The Design: We love these fun, colourful trainers to liven up a capsule wardrobe. In perfectly mixed pink and peach, they’re both both cool and feminine.
The Tech: Die-cut lines across the bottom add multi-direction flexibility, making these ones as good for a busy day of running around as fun weekend plans.
The Styling: Add to white floaty dresses for an easy summer edit.
The 70s Sandals
The Design: Nod to the bohemian 70s trend with this lace-up pair – perfect for a secure, comfortable take on summer footwear.
The Tech: Lace-up detail makes these shoes an easy, adjustable fit, while the brand’s signature comfort tropes mean plenty of cushioning too.
The Styling: Channel Chloé under Clare Waight Keller by adding paisley prints, suede textures and fringe details to the look.
The Designer-Inspired Pumps
The Design: Get that expensive, toe-cap ballet flat look with this chic monochrome FitFlop pair.
The Tech: Just like the brand’s other hero pumps, this pair offers support, protected soles and slip-resistant technology.
The Styling: We suggest adding a mini and boxy knit to this look for a twist on French girl dressing.
The Contemporary Slides
The Design: Tubular leather details are a big footwear trend this season, and this pair will keep you covered all summer long. Add to tanned feet with gold anklets.
The Tech: Anatomically contoured layers increase foot-to-midsole contact to maximise comfort. In layman’s terms, there’s plenty of support to cushion your feet.
The Styling: A masculine shoe like this is perfect to offset a more feminine edit. We suggest a floral maxi and oversized sunnies for a cool-meets-glamorous look.
The Luxe Slippers
The Design: Another gold shoe, this time with an androgynous spin. Its slipper shape will carry you perfectly into autumn/winter, while the croc finish adds a decadent feel.
The Tech: FitFlop’s signature loafers have sole panels crafted from Eva cushioning to minimise impact. They’re also, of course, slip-resistant and have an anatomically contoured footbed.
The Styling: We’ll be saving these for cooler months – add skinny black jeans and lashings of velvet for a Mossy-worthy look.