Thursday, 31 December 2015

New Year, New Shoes

Babes, we're coming to the end of party season. For many of us that means dusting off the LBDs and killer heels one last time. But for me? Well... not so much.

Once upon a time I'd have been more than willing to sacrifice my pain-free tootsies to look good in a brightly coloured stiletto. I would even run for the train quite comfortably in 4 inch heels without a moments hesitation. But now? Now I prefer to treat my feet to a comfortable night out and there's no reason why this should mean having to compromise on an outfit.

These looks are just three of my outfits from this year where I've opted to swap the heels for a pair of flats and right now Simply Be have a fab selection of gorgeous flats for every occasion.
Check out their blog post for some amazing footwear inspiration on how to Pump Up the Party in some stylish flats.

The plimsol shoes are my current favourite style as they come in such a huge variety of colours that you can literally have a different pair for every outfit. Brogues are another firm favourite of mine but the possibilities if you decide to give your feet a rest and opt for flats this New Years Eve are endless.

What will you be sporting for New Year? Comfortable fats or those once-a-year killer heels?
Let me know in the comments below!


  1. I have mid height heels now in my middle age. I have killer heels but they are collecting dust. Shame. Mind you I saw a red pair in my size in tomato red for $2 at the Op shop so.. they sit proudly on my shelf. I didn't end up wearing them as I had to walk home from the pub. Not walking 2km in heels. LOL My beloved heels are going to ebay I think.

  2. I am generally a flat shoe girl as I walk like a robot in heels. Some great choices I own those silver ones so might be a bit biased.

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