Women like shoes. And just because you’re a mum now doesn’t change the fact that a cute pair of shoes can give you the confidence you need to take on the day. You like pumps, leopard print, boots, and wedges.
But before you go crazy, make sure you have the essentials. The shoes that every woman needs. They let you fall back on something cute and comfortable that goes with everything. So when you’re in a hurry, or you need to grab something quick on your way out the door, here’s what you need to feel coordinated and fabulous.
For mums, flats are essential. You can still look cute while running errands and playing with the kids. Whether you want to dress up jeans or wear flats with dresses, both look great. You can wear them to work and around the house on the weekend. Neutral, gray, or black will get you started. Try a thin stripe or leopard print to go with just about anything.
Trainers are more than an athletic shoe. They come in fun colors and patterns, and they keep you comfortable when taking on your daily routine. If part of that routine is working out, you’re good to go. But even if it’s not, never underestimate a good pair of trainers.
Pumps are classic. They work for church, the office, and parties. Black or nude are the best choices to go with everything. And this versatile style is timeless, which means you’ll look classy and they will last.
Take on the fall and winter with a cute pair of boots. Whether you like ankle length, knee length, or above, a warm pair of boots will go a long way. Brown or black will go with everything, and you can wear them under or over your trousers for a different look with the same pair every day.
Even if you have hundreds of shoes, these staples will get you farther than anything else. They go with everything, you can change up your style using the same pair of shoes, and you’ll be comfortable all day long.
*this is a collaborative post
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