|By Marketwire .||
|September 28, 2012 11:29 AM EDT||
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 09/28/12 -- The big heel is still very much stuck in the hearts of the fashion industry; still the perfect implement when it comes to creating leggy silhouettes of femme fatale proportions, the high heel rightly reigns as the Queen of Shoes throughout the seasons.
However, as an alternative and a style that suits most if not all the wardrobe, a pair of flats is well worth investing in. Gone are labels of sensible and practical; flat shoes have taken on their own form, character and are making their own formidable impact on an outfit. Embellished, studded, beaded, with 60s bows and block heels, with intricate prints or fake animal fur, flat shoes are back with vivid and vibrant vengeance, made to be stared admirably at.
House of Harlow's are an example of a collection that is full of the wonder and wizardry of design and imagination, with flats that are as sparkling and magical as Dorothy's ruby red slippers. Filtered to the beloved British high street, New Look offer an interpretation of the flat shoe that is unbeatable in trend-consciousness, style and beauty.
Their collection of creepers, for example, reference rockabilly chic perfectly. They offer the shoe in a range of designs, from this season's favoured tartan print, to a plain black pair that complements a skinny pair of dark jeans.
Their brogues too are a varied and appealing flat that work excellently with the store's autumnally prepared tailored military-chic winter coats and jackets. Textured with prints and in different colours and fabrics from light brown suede, to red lace up, the brogue is also a lovely nostalgic finish to a range of pretty tea dresses and chunky cardigans for cooler evenings.
One of the season's stars, is of course New Look's Slipper Shoe: flat, comfortable, chic and available with metal studs on rich black velvet for a punk-aristo effect. The slipper shoe lends itself to a decadent and glamorous look this season and is a style that should remain firm feature of any Fashionista's wardrobe.
Without a doubt, the flat shoe is daring to go to places the heel has dared to tread...
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