A perfect all-rounder for any and every occasion, flats are a must have for it's versatility and wearability. Looking great and being comfortable do go hand in hand and here is a little 101 guide on everyone's favourite gorgeous yet comfy pair.
Types of Flat Shoes
Like the name suggests, the crossover sandals gets their name from the two straps covering your feet when you slide it on. Crossover sandals come in many forms of elevation and will match along with a pair of khaki or loose pants and shirt for a classic and chill look.
Orked Crossover Sandals are available in a variety of colours. Shop here.
Much like any other sandals, the strappy sandals will keep your feet grounded and close to earth while featuring at times elaborate and unique strap designs. Put a pair on with a casual blouse and jeans for a put together yet casual and clean minimalist look.
Elena Tubular Flat Sandals in Latte.
Eva Tubular Strap Flat Sandals in Mint Green
Created in the 1800s, loafer can be worn with almost any casual outfit. It is super comfortable since they are broad and offer much more arch support with low heels that make walking much easier. Loafer mules can be paired well with casual to street style looks. For a trendy look, try wearing a wide-leg jumpsuit. The padded insole and flat heels provide all-day comfort.
Duma Loafer Mules in Midnight Blue. Available in store at Bangsar Village II.
With its adaptability, flat mules are a trendy staple in any shoe closet. It can be dressed up or down, depending on the preferences of the wearer. You can wear them to work or casual outings matched with favourite pants or even skirts. Or, throw them on with your skinny jeans and t-shirt to grab some cookies at the corner shop. There are also several styles of flat mules available in various colours and textures.
Enjoy the benefits of flat shoes
From peep toe to covered mules we love them all - with it's wearability and versatility, flats will hardly look out of place, especially in the modern age of dressing. Simple tricks for choosing the right pair is to make sure it is not too flimsy or too rigid because comfort is the key.