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I have a real thing for shoes. The Manolo Blahnik Lurum is my favourite style and it’s underrated. Not only are they super glam, they’re the most comfortable heels I own. They were an impulse purchase for a wedding, but I loved the sparkle. In fact, I wore the silver pair so much, I bought them in black. I do try to save them for special occasions, but they look great with a pair of jeans or a slip skirt and blazer.
My favourite heels are my Mach & Mach pearl mules. I was surprised Selfridges had my size in stock as it’s not easy to get hold of them. They’re certainly a statement heel, but the clear PVC makes them more versatile. I treated myself for my 25th birthday, so they'll always be special to me.
My favourites have to be my Gia Borghini Perni boots. I’ve loved wearing them so much, I'm contemplating getting them in caramel too! I've always loved a knee-high boot but have always thought they look ridiculous on me, but when I spied this modern, chunky style, I knew they'd solve all my problems. I love wearing them with tights and an oversized blazer.
One of my most treasured pairs are my Celine Madame boots – my first ever designer shoe purchase. I remember seeing countless pictures of them on Instagram and fell hard, but they’d already sold out in store. To track them down, I used a personal shopping service. I love how the black narrows the look of the foot and the curves on the heel add a touch of elegance. The colour combination is so classic, I know they’re a forever purchase.
I am a big fan of Chanel, so when I saw these black Dad sandals I knew I had to have them. I can’t wait to wear them again this summer – casually with jeans and t-shirt, with a slip dress and biker jacket, or with a blazer, vest and palazzo pants. The styling possibilities are endless. They go with everything.
I love these Carel shoes. They’re the comfortable pair of heels every woman is looking for. Great for elevating a daytime look, they also work just as well for the evening. The brown patent goes with everything, and I love that they look so classic yet so on trend.
I’m a sucker for a classic pump, and my favourite is the Hoxton by Saint Laurent. They are the epitome of Parisian chic. They’re sadly no longer available to buy in store, but the Zoe is a very similar shape. I also loved the Manolo Blahnik Hangisi – I like how they work for so many occasions, both formal and casual.
My favourite shoes are my Valentino gladiator sandals. I bought them in Rome about five years ago and they’ve come everywhere with me since. Because they work with so many outfits, they’re often the first pair of sandals that go in my suitcase. Sadly, you can’t buy this exact style anymore – I very much regret not buying another pair! If you’re tempted, the brand does carry a range of similar designs.
My style is normally quite relaxed and masculine, but these Chanel chain block heels instantly caught my eye – I knew they’d make a great feminine addition to my wardrobe. The block heel adds a little bit of height but is still easy (and comfortable) enough to walk in. And while the gold chain detail is bold, these shoes really do go with everything. I’ve worn them to weddings, dinners and events, but they’re also an easy way to elevate an all-black outfit, even on casual days.
When I find a shoe I love, I want it in every colour and that’s exactly the case with these bow heels. They’re comfortable, easy to walk in and I wear them both day and night – in the summer with bare legs and in the winter with a pair of socks. I love their chic, preppy feel.