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Flat shoes are ideal for wearing with work-appropriate clothes, as well as with casual separates, with any outfit on any day. It’s no secret flat shoes have evolved and more than ever we have so many options for both comfortable and stylish flat shoes. You can try to match your shoes to one colour of your outfit, or you can also wear a contrasting colour, just make sure that the tone or saturation is the same.


One of the most important style tips to consider when wearing flat shoes is how your outfit works proportionately. When we wear flat shoes, everything is closer to the ground, it becomes much easier to look shorter and therefore wider in flats. Therefore, you should avoid any length of skirt, dress or pants that finishes on your calf because this makes you look even shorter. Ankle-length capri pants, bermuda shorts or knee-length or above-the-knee skirts are ideal for these types of shoes. Also, avoid flats with skinny pants unless you have narrow hips. Otherwise, you risk making your legs look disproportionate.

White flat sneakers
Black flat oxford shoes
White flat canvas shoes

Another factor to consider is the length of tops and jackets. Again, we want to avoid the eye falling too low down the body shortening the lower body, therefore avoid too long tops that cover your bottom, which will elongate the upper body, and makes the lower body looks shorter.

Chunkier shoes also draw attention downwards, if you like to look taller, then try to look for a style that exposes some of the upper foot. For example, a slip-on loafer or ballet flat rather than a lace-up. By exposing the foot, the shoe will look less heavy and contribute to a bit of an elongated leg.

The pointed-toe shoes will help to add length to your legs, the elongated toe creates a longer appearance particularly when no heel is involved. They are dressier than a round toe and more flattering on the leg.

If your legs are already on the shorter side, it is recommended that you wear a flat shoe style with a bit of a lift (think 1/2 inch to 1-inch heel). Also, avoid ankle strap style shoes which is creating the illusion of a shorter leg. Ankle strapped shoes will go perfectly with a higher hemline paired with the monochromatic look, the shorter hemline creates the illusion of a longer leg, while the monochromatic look allows for some visual consistency.

Leaner body shapes can usually pair these flats with wide-leg or extremely loose trousers. Go for a monochromatic or neutral look. This creates continuity between your shoes and pants, which does not create a division from your feet up. For more curvaceous figures, these types of flats look best when paired with knee-length or long skirts and dresses and slightly more structured bottoms, which do not add additional volume.

Also choose neutral colour shoes rather than dark colours, a heavier shoe in a neutral colour will look less ‘chunky’ in a light colour. Using minimalist shades tends to blend in with your outfit. This allows the shoe to serve as an extension of what you’re wearing and makes the path up to your calf less severe.

IIf you pair fancy shoes with a fancy outfit, you will look overdressed. Instead, consider pairing simple flats with a fancy outfit, or fancy flats with a simple outfit. This will create a nice contrast and prevent your outfit from looking too busy.

Black ballet shoes with straps
White ballet shoes
Nude ballet shoes
Black ballet shoes with bows
Nude ballet shoes with straps
Black point toe ballet shoes

BALLET FLATS are an all-time classic. There are many types of ballerina flats; classic, pointy toe, slingback, open toe, openwork, open side, strappy or lace-up. They are meant for bare feet; only specially designed ballet flat socks go with them.

Wearing them with short clothes enables you to make your leg appear longer on the top. Wear ballet flats with 7/8 pants, shorts, above-the-knee skirts and dresses, and opt for voluminous tent dresses.

If you are tall, ballet flats are perfect for you, pair them with cropped pants, below the knee light and fluid skirts and dresses, satin, suede, capped or bejewelled flats make a stylish alternative to heels.

Remember to cuff the jeans so they sit about 7/8 of the way down your legs, and avoid a super skinny style if your calves are a little thicker.

Black flat loafers
Burgundy flat loafers
Burgundy flat loafers
Pointy toe shiny flat loafers

LOAFERS create a casual, urban, and modern look. The easiest way to wear them is to pair loafers with pants above the ankle, skinny jeans, mini dresses, or shorts which will highlight your feminine curves and will create an interesting contrast. Complete the look with a blazer to add a professional touch or a leather jacket to complete a street style. 

You could also pair a knee-high skirt with a simple top or blouse and then add a bold coat before finishing the outfit with patent loafers. In colder weather try wearing loafers with a skirt and black tights or pantyhose. Plaid and loafers pull an outfit together well, you can add a plaid skirt or consider a plaid blazer. 

Another way of wearing loafers is to pair a mini pleated skirt with knee-high socks, reaching either just below or above the knee to create a tribute to the schoolgirl look.

Black oxford shoes
Black brogue shoes
Black and white brogue shoes
Black oxford shoes

BROGUES or OXFORDS? They are very similar, brogues come with an embroidered detail on the cap, whilst oxfords have plain toes. Today’s fashion offers a wide variety of styles you can create with brogues and oxfords.

The best way to wear these is to show a bit of skin around the ankles area. You can cuff the jeans or wear cropped or frayed jeans too to expose your ankles and wear them with a socket that doesn’t peep over the top of the shoe for a modern streamlined look.

Brogues look cool with wide-leg tailored trousers. Black leather oxfords look classy with dark blue slim jeans or black leather ankle pants. You can complete the look with regular or oversized blazers, trench coats or long overcoats. You can choose leather or denim jackets for more street style.

The easiest way to wear brogues or oxfords with a skirt is to choose one that ends at or above the knee. In winter, pair with opaque tights for added warmth. A high-waisted flared midi-skirt with a tucked-in top will give you the proportional ratios to assist you in creating the right balance.

ESPADRILLES have become a regular part of our summertime outfits. They are versatile and very comfortable. You can wear them with printed dresses for a beach day look or jeans, cut-outs, flowy dresses, jumpsuits, shorts, or mini skirts or you can dress down a blazer with colourful espadrilles to create a chic look.

There is so much you can do these days with the right pair of sneakers. You can dress them up or make them super athleisure.

Other than sporty outfits like joggers and leggings they would go with any denim outfits, jeans, cut-offs, skirts, shorts etc. There are some ways to elevate the look of your favourite sneakers.

T-shirt/shirt dresses or more feminine floral or other printed flowy dresses would look perfect with sneakers, especially the white ones. Complete your look with a jean jacket or leather jacket depending on the weather.

They can even go right in-between for business casual with relaxed ankle-length pants and jackets.

SLIPPERS, SANDALS &SLING BACKS  are a chic and comfortable alternative to heels for any outfit. Embellished slippers will make a statement. You can them with flowy dresses, shorts, cut-outs, jeans and almost any cozy outfit you have.

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Sneakers with casual outfit
Sneakers with office attire
Sneakers with shirt dress
Sneakers with denim short
White flat shoes with white skinny jeans
White canvas shoes with denim short
Purple flat sandals
Powder blue canvas shoes with ripped jeans
White flat shoes with blue dress
Black canvas flat shoes with black tshirt dress


Ballerina flat shoes


Light-weighted, low cut, flat shoes made of soft leather or satin, usually with a closed round toe resembling those worn by ballet dancers, sometimes feature ribbon-like straps passing over the instep. You can pair it with any type of jeans, shorts, t-shirts, skirts, business outfits or summer dresses. 

slider flats


Flat sole, backless slippers featuring a suede, leather or plastic upper with an open toe, may consist of straps or other details. Can be worn with any casual summer outfit.

Brogues flat shoes


Lace-up, chunky sole, round toe shoes characterized by multiple pieces, sturdy leather uppers with decorative perforations and serration along the pieces' visible edges. They have masculine look and sit between Oxford and Monk shoes. Can be worn either with formal outfits or casual outfits such as distressed jeans, harem pants, modern jeans, skinny pants, leather jackets, trench coats, flowy skirts, and dresses.

Canvas shoes


Light, comfy, usually rubber or gum soled canvas shoes, initially made for sports but now they are used to pair with casual and sporty outfits. They come in different designs, colours and patterns.

Loafer flat shoes


Low cut, low heel, rounded toe shoes that do not have a lacing or fastening system, usually have a vamp extending down the top of the shoe to the tip of the toe box and feature straps, tassels or metal decorations on the front. Can be worn with casual and smart casual outfits such as chinos, skirts, shorts, capris, jeans, cardigans, knits and casual style dresses.

Derby flat shoes


Lace-up shoes with rounded toe caps are characterized by quarters with shoelace eyelets sewn on the top of the vamp (open lacing), while on Oxford the shoelaces are attached beneath the vamp. They are usually made of leather in various colours. Can be worn with both formal and casual outfits such as trousers, skinny or straight jeans, leggings, flowy skirts, and dresses.

Dockside flat shoes


Lightweight, flexible, comfortable shoes with rubber, non-slip sole, the vamp is separated from the toe cap and the side quarters, usually have side lacing around the top-line, made of leather, canvas or suede. You can pair it with casual and smart casual outfits, jeans, chinos, pleated skirts, crop tops and summer dresses.

D'orsay flat shoes


The vamp and the sides of the shoe are cut away, revealing the arch of the foot. You can pair it with formal and casual outfits, any length dresses, skirts; skinny or straight pants and jeans.



Light, close-toe, and back summer shoes, usually made from canvas featuring a plaited flexible sole made of jute or rope. You can pair it with casual outfits such as cropped pants, shorts, flowy skirts, mini skirts, and light-weighted summer dresses.

Flip Flops

Flip Flop

Open-toe sandals with a flat sole held loosely on the foot by a Y-shaped strap or thong that passes between the first and second toes and around both sides of the foot. They have different colours, patterns, and embellishments such as gems and beads. Can be worn with any summer casual clothes and beachwear.

Gladiator flat shoes


Close-heeled, open-toe sandals consist of a sole held to the foot by straps, a T bar runs down the front of the shoe. The straps can cover just the ankle or can go as high as the knee. Can be worn with casual or dressy outfits such as jeans, long skirts, and long flowy dresses.

Jelly flat shoes


Semi-transparent shoes are made of rubber or plastic. They have a variety of colours, styles, and heels. You can pair it with casual summer outfits.

Moccasin flat shoes


Flat, snug, comfortable rounded toe shoes that have no laces or buckles, the vamp extends into the tongue and separated from the toe cap with the seam, they come with some embellishments and are made of soft leather, suede, or deerskin. You can pair it with casual or smart casual outfits such as jeans, capris, shorts, t-shirts, mini skirts, polo shirts, trench coats, cardigans, and blazers.

Monk flat shoes


Pointy-toed shoes with no lacing, closed by a buckle or one or two straps, made of suede or brogue. Can be worn with semi-formal and casual outfits, trousers, skinny or straight jeans, printed t-shirts, and leather jackets.

Oxford flat shoes


Classic, plain, lace-up shoes with rounded toe caps which are characterized by shoelace eyelet tabs are attached under the vamp (close lacing), made of leather, suede, or canvas. Cap-toe, Plain-toe, and Whole-cut are slightly different oxford types. Can be worn with formal or casual outfits such as trousers, skinny or straight jeans, short or knee-length skirts or dresses.

Running shoes


Lightweight, air cushioning sports shoes provide flexibility without compromising structure.

Sandal flats


Open shoes held the foot with straps attaching the sole, over the instep and around the ankle. They have a variety of colours and embellishments. You can pair it with any casual summer outfit.

Slip-on flat shoes


Low cut, lace-less, flat shoes that cover half of the instep, the tongue usually extends into the toe cap. You can pair it with casual, sporty outfits such as cropped or skinny pants, shorts, mini skirts and t-shirts.



Primarily designed for sports or other forms of physical exercise, which are now also widely used for everyday casual wear.

Training shoes


Comfortable sports shoes with flatter soles that are designed for multi-directional movements. Although they are made for working out, you can use them for your daily casual outfits.

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