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A brand new – and totally gorgeous – sneakers brand: Rose Rankin

This week I had the pleasure of meeting Rose Rankin, the namesake and founder of a brand new sneakers label. Obviously with the release of my second book – The Trainers Guide – on the horizon, I have trainers on the brain, so it was brilliant to meet someone as equally as passionate on the subject as me.

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Snowstorm mid-top trainers, £169, (BUY ME HERE!)

The Rose Rankin label was born when Rose – who has previously worked in film, marketing and sales before retraining in footwear design at Central Saint Martins – saw a gap in the market for luxurious trainers that senior members of staff could wear and still feel smart and professional in. Sure, you might be lucky enough to have a job in a business that has a really relaxed dress code, but when you reach a certain level, you might want to up your game a bit in the comfy shoes department. So Rose’s trainers, while being as comfy as your favourite pair of Converse, have a sturdier structure (they’re made of leather) and a look that would work really well with, say a pair of tailored trousers.

Rose Rankin metallic
Snowstorm Colt runner, £169, (BUY ME HERE!)

Of course, these aren’t trainers that are exclusively meant for the workplace; I wore mine yesterday with some casual slacks from Levi’s and a sporty sweater. But I have to say, they do make me feel really grown-up (and I mean that totally in a good way, particularly considering that I often accidentally dress as a child). Plus their slimline design is incredibly flattering on both the foot and ankle – they’re very feminine while still having that all-important cool factor that trainers lend to an outfit.

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White dot Coney low-top sneakers, £140, (BUY ME HERE!)
Rose Rankin black
Black dot Coney low-top sneakers, £140, (BUY ME HERE!)

I also love the fabrics that these trainers are available in. Mine are white leather with black and white spotty pony skin panels (white trainers are MASSIVE news for SS16, read more about that here) but the black version is perhaps more versatile as you’d be able to wear them with tights. The metallic and animal print mix are surprisingly un-garish, all things considered – I’m not usually a fan of metallic trainers but these are lovely. And I really like the cut of the mid-top boots – Rose told me she deliberately designed them to finish at the slimmest part of the ankle (a bit lower than a standard high-top) to create the most flattering line on the leg. Plus even though they’re sturdier than your average trainer, so although I expected them to need a bit of wearing in, they were really comfortable on my first wear – information I am always really keen to pass on to you guys!

I think you lot will love these sneakers – leave comments below to let me know what you think. And if you want to know more about how to wear trainers, check out the video I made for InStyle here.


SS16 now: the best flats from fashion week

Oh HAI everyone! I’m back! Apologies for the lack of posts over recent weeks, but it’s been fashion week which, for me, means a month of working solidly for my job at InStyle with no time off to do blog posts (I’m not complaining – I love it!). But seeing as I’ve just been and seen all the fashion for SS16, I thought I would give you a round-up of the flat shoes coming your way for next season. The great news is, flats are still EVERYWHERE next season and trainers are top of the agenda (nicely timed new book there, Hannah *pats self on back*), so we’re still winning. YES!


London is where I saw my favourite trainers of the season at Christopher Kane. They are SO AMAZING. Sort of a cross between a walking sandal (with Kane’s signature safety clasp) and a Nike Air Huarache, with a neoprene sock. The brand is actually launching a trainers collection next month which are the same design but in different colours, but it’s these neon shades (another Kane signature) that I’m really excited about. And the PR for the brand reckons they will retail for about 280 quid. I’m saving up already…

Christopher Kane
Christopher Kane

There were also trainers at 1205 (the whole collection was shown with Nike Airs), Anya Hindmarch  and Joseph (both showed white sneakers). If a dress shoe is more your thing though, Emilia Wickstead ticked that box. The colour palette for this collection was GORGEOUS too, with lots of deep gold yellow (a key colour for SS16). And one of my favourite London brands, Preen, had almond toe fisherman sandals, almost-flats, which I got a good look at backstage before the show. If you can deal with an inch, you’ll love these (they’re a touch too high for me).

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Emilia Wickstead

Another trend going absolutely nowhere is walking sandals (see also, Paris). Margaret Howell – a brand I would always expect to show flats anyway – was styled with Teva sandals as well as brogues and loafers, so hang on to yours from this summer as they’re going to be just as relevant next year.

Margaret Howell
Margaret Howell

Oh, and maybe the most exciting news from London is that Christopher Raeburn has done a collaboration with Clarks! So everyone will be able to get their hands on a pair of these sandals.

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Christopher Raeburn x Clarks


That Milan has got so on board with flats is significant, because it’s the most glamorous of the fashion cities – all fur and bling and heels – and I often feel a bit out of place when I go there. But the super-glam Italian fashion editors were wearing Stan Smiths on the FROW, so even these woman are ditching their heels for something more comfy. The first show I went to, literally straight off the plane, was Gucci. Ah, Gucci – with its new creative director Alessandro Michele – the most talked about show of the whole season. All geek chic and berets and glasses. There were a lot of VERY high heels in this collection, but plenty of flats too. My favourites were this reinvention of the classic Gucci loafer; a mule shape with a divine floral embroidered pattern. SO NICE.


I also love the Marco de Vincenzo show – he’s a new up-and-comer and the clothes as well as the shoes were beaut. The girls wore brightly coloured satin lattice flats that mirrored the vibrant clothes. Another favourite in Milan was Charlotte Olympia (she’s British but shows her collection in Milan too). There were LOADS of flats and trainers but my favourites were her new take on the Kitty Flat, inspired by Kurt Cobain.

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Marco de Vincenzo
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Charlotte Olympia sneakers
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Charlotte Olympia “grunge” Kitty Flats

As a leather house, Tod’s always shows great shoes and bags and next season is no exception. The leather work on these grey loafers was absolutely beautiful, and I love that they’ve done a pair of yellow shoes, too.

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Tod’s fringe loafers
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Tod’s stripe loafers


Paris is my favourite fashion week city. Sadly I didn’t get to go for the whole week like last season, but I was there for long enough to see plenty of flats, don’t worry! Obviously Paris is all about chic, so let’s start with my party fall-back: pointy flats. It’s great news that I saw so many of these because they’re the most useful flat shoes to have if you don’t want to wear heels to a party/wedding/posh do. I think my favourites are the beautiful raffia Mary Janes from Tabitha Simmons.

Tabitha Simmons
Tabitha Simmons
Nicholas Kirkwood
Nicholas Kirkwood
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Loads and loads of trainers to report back on too. I got to see those Christopher Kane ones close up here, as well as some Caribbean-inspired ones from Tommy Hilfiger that were originally shown at New York fashion week. Oh, and if you fancy an upgrade from your Stan Smiths, how about these sneakers from Alexander McQueen?

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Tommy Hilfiger
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Alexander McQueen

And of course, as it’s the summer collections, there were sandals too. I loved the ones at Kenzo which reminded me of the weird pool slides you might have bought on a French campsite as a kid, with those weird bobbly insoles. And I’ll leave you with the most feel-good shoes of the whole season…Chanel’s disco walking sandals. I’d love to know what you think of next season’s flats – leave comments below!

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It’s that time of year again…get 15% off at Seven Boot Lane with En Brogue

Twice a year I’m delighted to join forces with gorgeous shoe brand Seven Boot Lane to give you a special discount on their new season shoes. I love this British brand and have been a fan of its INCREDIBLY comfortable shoes and boots since it first started, but I think this collection is the best yet. Some of the designs are a bit more edgy for AW15 but there are still plenty of real classics, so you’ll be spoilt for choice when deciding which pair to treat yourself to. I think my favourites are Eva and Eliza (below) because of their sporty feel, and I’ve got trainers on the brain at the moment.

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Eva, £150, £127.50 with En Brogue discount, (BUY ME HERE!)
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Eliza, £165, £140.25 with En Brogue discount, (BUY ME HERE!)

Elektra is another boot with a distinctly trainer-like feel to it, and that leopard print is really snazzy! Pair these with skinny jeans and a Breton top for a timeless look. Speaking of timeless, SBL’s more formal shoes are an absolute winner as well. Estelle, the polished black leather Derby lace-ups, have a really luxe finish which means you could wear them with an LBD for party season. And there always something about blue suede shoes that’s pretty special, so Evita gets my seal of approval as well.

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Elektra boot, £140, £119 with En Brogue discount, (BUY ME HERE!)
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Estelle, £130, £110.50 with En Brogue discount, (BUY ME HERE!)
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Evita boot, £150, £127.50 with En Brogue discount, (BUY ME HERE!)

To redeem your En Brogue discount, simply enter the code below at the checkout. You can use it from today right up until the end of the month, and on any shoes on the website (including heels, if that’s your bag – I won’t judge you for it!). Happy shopping, and don’t forget to tweet me a picture of your shoes when they arrive! Enbrogue disc code-2

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how YOU can get involved in this new sneakers project

I love hearing about new brands, as they’re often started by people with a real passion for what they’re doing. Baabuk is a Swiss company started by a couple who love wool and wanted to recreate the Russian ‘valenki’ boots that they had been given as a gift. The result was a stylish pair of slippers (you can see those here), which they got off the ground with a Kickstarter project. Kickstarter, if you haven’t already heard of it, is a way of raising money to get your great idea off the ground, with the opportunity to back even a small amount of money. In return, you get something nice yourself. Cool, eh?


Baabuk’s new project is these gorgeous wool sneakers. They don’t just look good, they have all sorts of added bonuses because of the way they’re made. For starters – and I’ve spoken about this before – wool is a natural material that lets your feet breathe and adapts to your body temperature, so these trainers will keep your feet warm in the winter and cool in the summer. They are also antibacterial, so you can wear them without socks and they won’t get smelly (they were thoroughly tested and there was no pong), although if you do need to wash them, you can just pop them in the washing machine, no problem.

Urban Wooler

Urban Wooler red
Urban Wooler, pre-order here

There are two models to choose from. The first (above) takes its name from the project – the Urban Wooler – and is a running shoe style. It comes in four colours – black, grey, purple and red. It’s quite unusual to see a trainer of this shape in a natural material like wool and I really like them. The details on the laces are really cool, too – they’re elastic and just knotted at either end so you don’t actually need to do them up or undo them. They retail at €120, and you’ll need to add €20 for shipping.

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Sneakers, pre-order here

The second style (above) – which I am wearing at the top – is more of a sneaker with a rounded toe and comes in grey, navy or pale blue with bright coloured laces. Having actually tried these out on my own feet, I can tell you they are dreamy! The wool lines the entire shoe so it feels a bit like you’re wearing slippers. And not only do you not need socks because they don’t smell, but they don’t rub, either. My problem area is always my boney heel, but the back of these shoes is so soft and malleable that they don’t dig in at all. They also retail at €120 BUT….if you fancy backing the campaign, you can get a pair for yourself that way AND save money. For example, if you put forward €100 to back the project, you get a pair of trainers, saving €20. If you’d rather pledge less money, €50 will get you some slippers. €330 will get you two pairs of trainers and two pairs of slippers. You can read the full details about the Kickstarter here. It started yesterday and you have until mid November to bid, after which point your trainers will go into production and you should receive them in March.

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white ankle boots: my new autumn favourite

I’m over mourning for the summer we never had, because now it is autumn, and autumn means ANKLE BOOTS! This is my favourite time of year as far as fashion is concerned, not just because you can still have bare legs and if it’s dry you can do a sweater without a coat, but also because the shops are jam-packed with new stuff. Lovely new things to swoon over! My favourite boot of the season came up and hit me in the face out of nowhere, though. I didn’t see it coming at all (which, given my job, I often do about 7 months in advance of it being available). It’s not a catwalk trend. I’ve not written about it in InStyle. But I have been quietly obsessing over it since I went to the Grenson press day a few months ago. It is a white ankle boot.

‘Annie’ boot, £225, (BUY ME HERE!)

Aside from the fact that these are monkey boots (proper cool, very rock n roll), I really do love the fact that they’re white. I’m all about a pair of shoes that are so eye-catching you don’t really need to worry about the rest of your outfit because everyone will be looking at your feet. They come in black and tan too though, and I nearly went for the tan ones instead (a bit easier to wear), but that white pair had my name on them.


Of course, I’ve been harping on about how great Grenson is for as long as I’ve been writing this blog, but it’s not the only brand with an offering of a white ankle boot (or slightly off-white, if you’re not as keen on shoes that might require sunglasses just to look at them. A sort of stone colour is good too). They come in all shapes and sizes; chukkas, moccasins, Wallabee-styles and Chelsea boots. If you’re brave enough to go for such a statement on your feet, there are loads of options as far as styles are concerned. And if you’re worried about what to wear them with, I’d advise just keeping it simple. A pair of turned up jeans and a shirt will suffice nicely, or make the most of the weather (and your tan, if you managed one) while you still can by pairing them with bare legs and a skirt. Here are my favourite pairs available to buy now.

Caterpillar ASOS
Caterpillar boots, £110, (BUY ME HERE!)
Northern Cobbler
‘Catfish’ boots, £140, (BUY ME HERE!)
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‘Pascal’ boots, £100, (BUY ME HERE!)
Faryl Robin boots, £200, (BUY ME HERE!)
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‘Alice’ boots, £225, (BUY ME HERE!)
‘Cloud’ chukka boots, £100, (BUY ME HERE!)
Minnetonka ASOS
Minnetonka fringed boots, £90, (BUY ME HERE!)
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a shoe designing competition…and YOU can enter

Remember that lovely brand Seven Boot Lane who I often give you guys discount codes for? Well, they’re running a competition to design a pair of boots and anyone can enter! How cool is that? Not only that, I’m on the panel of judges (no pressure!) who will decide the finalists. The brief is simple – you just need to submit an idea for a winter boot to compliment their classic Eva boot (see below), which, I might add, is a LOVELY boot. The winning design will actually be manufactured, so you’ll be able to see your boots available to buy if you’re successful.


I can certainly vouch for Seven Boot Lane as being a brand that makes comfortable, great quality shoes, so if you win, your boots are going to be pretty special. You’ll need to hurry if you want to enter though – we’re judging on Tuesday next week! You can read full details on how to enter here and there’s a contact if you have any questions. Good luck everyone! I look forward to seeing your ideas…


Mod shoes: what I wore for bank holiday

August bank holiday is my favourite of the year. Since I worked in an ice cream kiosk on Ryde seafront when I was 14, I’ve been fascinated by mod culture. The Isle of Wight hosts the largest scooter rally in the world every August bank holiday, and the mods and scooterists used to congregate on the green opposite the kiosk I worked in (well, they still do) to admire each other’s Vespas and Lambrettas and do a bit of posing. You get all sorts, from Sixties-style dudes in sharp suits and A-line dresses to proper skinheads in short jeans, braces and Dr Martens. And yes, you guessed it, there is a whole host of footwear to get excited about. Here’s what I wore…

The desert boot   One of the most common shoes you’ll see at a scooter rally, the desert boot is a staple in the wardrobe of any mod, and they’ve got to be Clarks Originals. Mine are a bit more snazzy than usual because they’re a limited edition pair to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the boot’s creation, and are a collaboration with the artist Amy Stephens. Here I am playing one of my favourite bank holiday games: find a scooter that matches your shoes.   The pointy flat  An authentic Sixties pump should really have a small block heel but that’s not how I roll, so a good pointy flat is a must for my evening get-up. This is a two outfits per day affair, as there are music events on in the evenings and I never miss the opportunity for multiple outfits! This pair are from French Sole and I love the double strap T-bar. Oh, and they’re dead comfy for dancing to Northern Soul in.   The monkey boot These Dr Martens monkey boots are brand new – I need to scuff them up a bit! I can’t believe didn’t discover monkey boots earlier in my life. They come up shorter on the ankle than classic DMs so are much more flattering if you’re short and are low enough to show off a bit of a snazzy sock with turned up jeans, too. Oh, and they have a bouncy sole that makes walking a real pleasure!  The tassel loafer  I have two pairs of these and really couldn’t decide which ones to wear! So I asked Instagram and the answer was the brown ones (they’re from Ted & Muffy if you fancy them for yourself). They look lovely with a dress but I’m also partial to teaming them with turned up jeans and yellow or leopard print socks. Oh and they’re very VERY comfy – first wear with no socks, walking, lots of dancing and no blisters to report. Excellent shoes.   Until next August then….when hopefully Mr Brogue and I will have our own scooter to complete our outfits! 

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Trainer socks: Stance’s amazing “Super Invisibles” (and they stay put, too)

UPDATED: You can now buy the pair above at Size! Link here

It’s a bit mean of me to do this blog post right now, because you can’t actually buy these socks in the UK at the moment, but I was given some to try out and they’re so good I had to tell you about them immediately. Oh, and the PR assures me that they’ll be available at soon. So as soon as they are, I’ll update this post and let you know! Anyway, on to those socks, because I reckon you’re going to be pretty excited about buying a pair for yourself.


The brand in question is Stance, a company that makes all sorts of lovely socks, not just trainers socks, and there are a few very interesting pairs available at now (and they’re in the sale, too). They have great designs and are big on the snazzy sock which, as you well know, I am too. I have a couple of pairs of their “normal” socks and they’re really nice; a good fit with a proper heel and very nice quality. But when I heard about their amazing “invisible” trainer socks, I had to get my hands on some.


I know SO many of you are going to be with me when I talk about the pain of finding the right trainer socks. They’re usually too big, so you can see them. Very annoying, and kind of defeats the object. If they’re small enough to only just be visible, they’re likely to fall down. Oh, and they’re almost always really, really boring in their design or horribly girly. So most of the time I just wear my trainers with no socks at all, and we all know the outcome of that scenario: smelly trainers.


As you can see, no-one can accuse Stance of making boring socks. These beauties are so nice it’s a shame that they are totally invisible! But they are, I’ve tested them out with the trainers that are most difficult to hide trainer socks in. OK, you can see a TINY bit of them in my Stan Smiths, but they didn’t show at all with skate shoes. So that invisible claim is true.

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“But surely they fall down!” I can hear you crying. Well, no, actually. When I first wore them I kept thinking they were falling down, but they weren’t, I was just being paranoid. It’s down to the fact that they have a little patch of silicone on the inside of each heel, and that grabs onto your skin, keeping the socks in place. Genius. Check back for them being available here – I’ll be sure to let you know as soon as they are!

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Birkenstock Bostons: why these shoes will be clogging up your Insta feed….

Birkenstock’s Boston clogs are selling fast, and have become a surprise hit with fashion folk…but why? I thought it was about time I tried some out for myself to see what all the fuss is about.

First things first, let’s talk about clogs in general. They’re having a moment. Gucci – the designer brand that everyone in the fashion world ADORES at the moment, headed up by its new creative director Alessandro Michele – showed them on the catwalk for AW15, so there’s your fashion proof for starters. Sure, his weren’t Birkenstock Boston clogs, but then Celine didn’t show Birkenstock Arizonas on the catwalk a few years ago – rather they were their own version with fur lining – but that’s exactly what boosted their sales over the past few summers. It might even be why you bought a pair.

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These all black versions have been selling out in the States and have the high fashion touch. Birkenstock Boston Exquisite, £155,

Second, and obviously, there’s the convenience factor that comes with a slip-on shoe. I’m familiar with this style of clog mostly because my friend, the food writer Elly Pear, wears hers every day at work in her lovely café, The Pear Café in Bristol. “You have to wear closed toe shoes in the kitchen but when it gets boiling hot I can slip my foot out and air it” she told me “and in the winter, they’re roomy enough to wear cosy thick socks with”. In fact, loads of chefs wear them, and food is certainly very fashionable at the moment; perhaps that comes into it too? I wondered how Elly felt about the fact that they were making a fashion comeback (if indeed, they were ever actually fashionable in the first place). “We jokingly call them Troll Shoes and they’re cafe shoes really… Although I have mates who wear theirs out in the ‘real world’ – my mate Julian has rocked his all over the world for years!”

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Elly and Jenn at work in Pear Cafe – Elly’s clogs are 8 years old!

Thirdly, there’s the way they look, and that’s the stumbling block for most people (Marmite alert!). They’re not exactly what you’d call elegant, and hiding away your toes makes quite a bit of difference to wearing a pair of Arizonas. But a shoe that’s tricky to wear and comes with “uncool” connotations scores high in fashion terms if you manage to get it right. I’ve tried mine with a few outfits and by far the best is just with a pair of skinny jeans – my tightest pair, in fact, and preferably black – and bare ankles. I tried a snazzy sock and I didn’t look as cool as Elly in her café! And they just didn’t seem to quite work with a skirt, but maybe that’s because I’m short. I also prefer the matt black styles to the snazzy metallic ones, although the taupe suede are rather nice too.

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Boston in suede taupe, £84.95,

The last, and most obvious point, is to talk about how they feel. They are, of course, completely dreamy. They feel exactly like my Arizonas, but that bonus of the covered toe makes them brilliant when the weather is rubbish in the summer (thanks for that, Britain). If Birkenstock were to make these babies with sheepskin lining, as they have in the past, I’d be first in the queue to get a pair.

Me in my Boston clogs, £84.95,

One thing I’m sure of, is that you’ll be seeing a lot of these shoes on your Instagram feed in the coming months, like Arizonas before them. I would LOVE to know what you think. I imagine there will be some difference of opinion! But that’s what makes fashion fun, right?

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Ted & Muffy: the stylish new shoe brand you need in your life

WOAH! How nice are these shoes? They’re from a brand new shoe label called Ted & Muffy, created by the team behind DUO Boots. I was always a big fan of DUO, with its emphasis on getting the correct fit, and Ted & Muffy has the same ethos but packs a lot more of a punch where style is concerned. Head to their website and you can learn how to measure not only your shoe width, but your CALF width too, meaning that their boots fit like an absolute dream. Genius.

But back to those dreamy shoes. Ted & Muffy let me borrow a few pairs to try out for myself, and it was a real pleasure to get my hands on these in real life. The quality is really high and they’ve very much got the cool factor going on, but the shoes are INCREDIBLY comfortable too. They have rubber soles, which only add to the comfort but are also extremely practical. Here’s the low-down on my favourite four pairs from the new collection, all of which are available to buy online now.

Zoom in pewter embossed leather

Zoom on feet

Zoom , £160, (BUY ME HERE!)

I’m not always a fan of a metallic lace-up but these have won me over big time. That almond-shape toe is really flattering and adds a feminine touch, and I love the way the embossed croc effect “fades” out towards the toe. The leather on these is so malleable that I can’t imagine anyone having any trouble wearing them in, but they still have the sturdiness of a classic dress shoe. Wear with jeans, a white shirt and bare ankles for timeless chic. Also available in black or cherry patent leather.

Rhapsody in black leather

Rhapsody on feet

Rhapsody, £170, (BUY ME HERE!)

When a boot has a rock ‘n’ roll edge, I like it to be subtle rather than all buckles and zips a-blazing, and these work for me very nicely indeed. The minimal metalwork isn’t too in your face, and the beautiful leather and another almond toe makes them a really classy boot. I’ve recently taken to pairing black ankle boots with a ladylike knee-length skirt (and sometimes a peek of a black lace or brightly coloured sock!); Rhapsody would be perfect for that look.

Olivander in chestnut leather

Olivander on feet

Olivander in chestnut leather, £150, (BUY ME HERE!)

Oh, how cute are these! With their petite proportions and low-cut vamp, they’re a lovely shape and flatter the legs nicely. Well, if you don’t team them with a pair of mental socks, as I have, but I do love a snazzy sock with a loafer! Sometimes slip-on shoes can slip off just as easily which is annoying, but these cling snugly to the foot without any pinching. The perfect tassel loafers (also available in black).

Riddle in cranberry leather

Riddle on feet

Riddle, £150, (BUY ME HERE!)

Every girl should have a pair of Chelsea boots in her repertoire, and in my book, a deep red pair like this will be far more versatile than a black pair. Why? I just find it easier to pair burgundy shades with socks and jeans, and as that’s what I’ll be wearing them with most of the time it makes more sense. That said, these are available in black and should that be your preference, I’d suggest wearing them with black skinny jeans, rather than blue, or a skirt. Either way, you can’t go wrong as far as walking is them is concerned because they’re so very comfortable.

Ted & Muffy has a LOAD more styles available on its website, so check it out!