Welcome spring with weekend boots
All footwear has a purpose. Heels can be for the office or evening, while sandals are often saved for warmer weather.
While it can be easy to coordinate your shoes during the week, opting for some versatile designs to take you from desk till dinner, when it comes to the weekend this can throw up all sorts of problems.
Spring is officially here on March 20th, however the weather is still unpredictable, meaning that for more day trips and relaxing occasions it can be difficult to find the right shoes for the right occasion.
This is where the Salero Boots come in. With their flat sole and casual knee length height they fulfil practical functions, while remaining effortlessly chic.
The tan or blue denim options both come in soft leather with a suede-like finish, making them highly comfortable and easy to wear with a range of outfits.
Whether taking a walk through the park or spending a day in town with your family, the beauty of a flat boot is that there's little it doesn't complement.
You could go down the equestrian chic route and pair them with some leggings or skinny-fit trousers, which ties in nicely with this season's heritage trend.
Alternatively a mid-length skirt paired with wool tights could help keep your legs warm, without losing any femininity.
Why not match these boots with a light knitted dress?
The Tani Dress in a smoky quartz colour would look gorgeous with the tan shade boots, with its complementary neutral shades helping to keep you looking natural.
Come Monday, there's no reason not to wear this dress to work, as it quickly smartens up with the help of a slim leather waist belt.
In the news this month
Samantha Cameron chooses L.K.Bennett shoes for fashion week
Milan's shoes trends for autumn/winter 2011
Missoni presents 'fairytale' show at Milan Fashion Week
Bold reds, sumptuous purples, elegant lace: The Oscar dresses
Insights at Milan Fashion Week
Shoe trends exert their influence on nails this season
Feminine, preppy, classic: Knits are big this spring
Alexander McQueen continues to bewitch
How to wear head-to-toe brights
All set for Guernsey opening at Creasey's department store
MP calls for more diversity on the catwalk
Life is the Occasion hits the streets of London
Matthew Williamson's Bohemian Glamour to hit London
Shoes to put a spring in your step
Burberry splashes London Fashion Week with 'coats of many colours'
Anna Wintour applauds British fashion's 'sense of humour'
Harrods launches Shoe Salon
Flirty, romantic styling for spring
Calvin Klein dazzles on the last day of New York Fashion Week
N.oor, Issa to collaborate at London Fashion Week
Kosibah to showcase couture gowns at Luxury Wedding Show
Glitz returns to the autumn/winter 2011 runways
Strut your stuff to a Matthew Williamson CD
Opulent make-up screams 70s drama this season
Summer 2011 shoe trends: Pretty versus bold
How to wear brights for all occasions
New York Fashion Week 'about length, clean lines and layering'
Blues 'to make a splash this spring'
Bold tights are 'having a fashion moment'
Beaded jewellery 'extremely popular'
Accessorise a minimalist trend 'with chunky jewellery'
Roll back the years with lace this spring
Flat shoes 'say efficiency'
Style trends to look out for at NY Fashion Week
Why not wear dreamy cream tones this Valentine's Day?
Davina McCall wows in L.K.Bennett Viola dress
The flatform 'is a new shoe breed for spring'
Tangerine heels 'will add a spring to your step'
Oversized, textured jewellery 'will be big this spring'
Join L.K.Bennett in supporting RED
Women 'can look sexy in winter' with a long-sleeved dress
L.K.Bennett reveals Laura pinstripe range
A shirt dress 'is a godsend that no wardrobe should be without'
A little black dress 'is versatile in more ways than one'
Introducing new size 18 lines
Granny chic 'is the latest trend'
High heels 'make legs more shapely'
Strong colours and Perspex 'are key jewellery trends for next season'
Sun-drenched accessories 'will be key trend next season'
Platforms, wedges and flats 'will be big for spring/summer 2011'
Jewel and metallic shades 'on trend for nails'