Flat Shoes: Monochrome Classics To Step Up Comfort
Play up your 'less is more' look with these sole-ful monochrome twists
Want your feet to look stylish to a 'T' with minimal effort? Slip on Tod's T Timeless leather ballerina flats in black and off white embellished with their metal 'T' strap for a nostalgic stroll back in time.
These embroidered fabric and grosgrain ballet flats in black and white are dainty, pretty and sophisticated all in one. There's also a version in Chanel's trademark tweed and grosgrain. Tip: Wear at least once a day for optimal mood improvement.
Monochrome Salvatore Ferragamo prints suit these calfskin ballerina flats beautifully. The Salvatore Ferragamo metal buckle icon on the front and little studs on the heel make this pair unique and eye-catching.
If you prefer the angled silhouettes of Manolo Blahnik's Hangsiflat jewel buckle flats without the bright colours, opt for the black calf leather version to contrast that signature crystal buckle beautifully.
Dolce & Gabbana
Beads, leather and a varnished herringbone print come together in this attention-grabbing pair of slingback flats by Dolce & Gabbana—definitely one to wear to put your best foot forward even when going casual.
For ladies who like a bit of bling on their ballerina flats, Giuseppe Zanotti heard you. Every creation by the Italian shoemaker demands a second look and these leather flats with their rhinestone bow detail are no different.
Sugar and spikes – put some edge in your step with these Louboutin Galativi Spikes ballerina flats if you're feeling equal parts naughty and nice.