Saturday, 15 March 2014

Style - 'Slipper Flats'

One of the most recurring street style looks that I see on blogs, pinterest, etc is a classic shirt or tee, teamed with skinny jeans and a pair of slipper flats - an effortlessly chic outfit that always looks on trend, if worn well! I thought that in this blog post I would share with you a few of my favourite pairs which are easy to wear, look chic and yet have an element of fun to them as well.
Charlotte Olympia
A must have pair of shoes for a few seasons now, the 'Kitty Flat' is still as popular as ever. The latest design has the cat wearing a pair of sunglasses! I also love the 'Starsign' slippers with the starsign logo made of enamel and Swarovski elements, a perfect addition to any girls wardrobe. Prices range from £395 - £495
Stubbs and Wootton
I discovered this American brand whilst I was living in New York. All the girls with an eye for fashion wanted to be seen wearing a pair of Stubbs and Wootton slippers, and who can blame them? These slippers are a real talking point for their comedic embroidery motifs. Being purveyors of fine footwear, Stubbs and Wootton also offer a bespoke service so you can create your own slipper, choose from a number of different types of fabric and colours and finally have your initials embroidered onto the front.  This costs $900, but who wouldn't want their own custom made shoe? If you go to Manhattan you can visit the Stubbs and Wootton boutique on Madison Ave.
Chiara Ferragni
Famed fashion blogger, Chiara Ferragni, best known for her blog 'The Blonde Salad', has collaborated with several high profile designers on a variety of different projects. She launched her eponymous shoe line a few seasons ago. The slippers from her collection are priced at around £125.
Emblazoned with the now signature 'Tiger Motif' these slipper flats are priced at under £300
Alexander McQueen
Printed and embroidered with new season designs, and not to forget the signature 'Skull' motif. Around £500
Sophia Webster
One of the most talked about shoes designers of the past couple of years, these shoes are all about fun!
Phillippa x


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