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5 October 2011
Could these shoes be any more perfect for autumn? OK, technically it looks like another platform, but with the dark green suede upper and wooden block heel and platform, it almost has a nature-inspired feel. Not only does it look perfect for a day walking
4 August 2011
New Look have really embraced the trend for loafer courts, and these Tassel Loafers are the latest in a series of ways they've produced the style. The black version is fairly dull, but this brown on brown version is cute - particularly as the contrasting colours
29 July 2011
Girly and grunge. Not usually a pairing that works, unless Sam Edelman has anything to do with it. These Lorissa Suede shoes are equal parts Barbie and Barbarella. Its striking stud and diamante crystal detailing is a tough touch, although it's probably not great
9 February 2011
Sometimes, a tough meeting or presentation at work requires a pair of kick ass heels to give you that extra boost of confidence. These Wavy Peep-toe shoes from Zara (£59.99) have all the features of an amazing pair of work shoes. Killer heel? Check. Uniform
6 January 2011
With all the sparkle and glitz of December, I'll happily do without seeing any more sequins for a few months. Instead, I'll be turning my attention to subtle styles I can wear for day and night. These monochrome Bow Courts from Next are sombre enough for back
29 April 2010
The back of a shoe is often neglected by designers, who prefer to focus their detail on the toe and heel. But seeing as a lot of people will only spot your shoes when you walk past, it's worth putting a bit of consideration into it.Maison Martin Margiela clearly
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