Catch on to kitten heels
A modern dilemma for many working women is how to keep their workwear sophisticated yet practical.
Most of us would love to wear our favourite heels to the office every day, but for occasions when that's not possible you need a varied shoe collection.
Rather than relying on high heels to keep you look cool, calm and in control, why not try taking a step down with the Bury shoes?
This pair are by no means any less glamorous but their smaller kitten-sized heel means you can keeping going from desk till dinner, without having to dress down.
These low-heeled shoes come with an elegant pointed toe, which looks great when poking out the front of some smart black work trousers.
The patent leather gives a high-quality glossy sheen, while the more practical heel is a comfortable alternative to those failsafe courts.
You've got so many colours to choose from you might as well mix and match them to create your own spring-summer vibe.
The light taupe pair could be worn with all manner of skirts and dresses, elongating your legs and helping to give them a lovely feminine shape, meanwhile the coral shoes could make a bold addition to a seasonal floral outfit.
It's totally up to you how you coordinate your kitten heels, have some fun and mix and match your shades.
You could even try to complement the patent leather fabrics with the help of one of our chic handbags, or perhaps a skinny waist belt - great for adding some definition to your waist.
With your outfit choice know giving you real food for thought it's time to get cracking with your accessories.
Jewellery is a brilliant excuse to jazz up your look, so why not add in the on trend Basket cuff?
This metallic silver bracelet is a real fashion statement, so make sure it's on with a short-sleeved blouse.
Whoever said officewear was dull?
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