brogues rather than towering stilettos.
A copy of In Style arrived this month and they too are talking about flats, or what they are calling ‘The Power Flat’. Could the effect of Victoria Beckham being finally spotted in sensible shoes be the trigger for this so-called trend? Personally, I object to us talking about it as a trend. In real life people don’t wear skyscraper heels to the supermarket, but the magazines, celebs and catwalks have always favoured this style. I get why... it makes legs look longer, the body look leaner and a woman stand up straighter. But when it comes to a London commute, I’d rather run for my train in flats than fall on my arse while wearing a pair of stunning shoes that aren’t really fit for purpose.
In Style Fashion Features Editor Victoria says: ‘I’m embracing a new flat lifestyle. It’s so freeing! So easy to get everywhere and there’s something chic about working a fierce flat’.
Here are a few of my favourites that would be perfect for spring, available from Sarenza. Brands from top to bottom: Georgia Rose, Charles Jourdan and Eclipse.
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