Hanna shoes are belle of the ballet pumps
Working women are familiar with the age-old footwear debate of what to wear to work.
Heels can look smarter, although unless they're exceptionally comfortable hours of standing on your tip toes can seem like a bad idea.
While heels are certainly an office mainstay, you needn't forget about flats.
Flat shoes might not have the height, but they can still have the style factor, allowing you to get creative with colours, materials and shapes.
One design which offers a comfortable fit and feminine flair is the Hanna shoe, with its royal navy blue or a rich ruby red shade.
Their scalloped profile edging make them a standout footwear option, with their pretty shape and modern bow adorned across the front.
Crafted from top-quality patent leather, these glossy shoes are also effortlessly comfy with their tiny wedge heel and cushioned support, meaning you can walk and walk without worrying about the effect it'll have on your dainty feet.
For a little lift you could instead try the Sabine shoe, with a small built heel helping to give you a tiny bit of a height.
Having a tiny heel means you can take these shoes from desk to dinner, with their versatile shape helping to push them firmly to the front of your spring-summer wardrobe.
Available in a classic black suede, they're marvellously timeless and are finished with a neat belt buckle embellishment, which helps to complement the rounded toes in a contemporary curved shape.
Flats make top additions to both trouser suits and chic skirt-shirt combos, meaning that you needn't think twice about incorporating them into your workwear collection.
Alternatively if you're attached to your heels then why not leave a pair under your desk so that you're prepared for whatever the day may throw at you?
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