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Monday, 25 April 2011

Something to keep for next season: heeled loafers

While writing this outfit post, I mentioned how heeled loafers would make the coolest accessories of vintage inspired looks. Towards the end of last year, I fell head-over-heels for some of these loafers, especially those with platforms.

If you were lucky to grab hold of a pair while in stock, make sure you keep them for next winter - they will be the best additions to all your outfits echoing the 1970s  trends all a/w 2011-12 catwalk shows were awash with.

Mix and match them with vintage, modern, workwear, basics, and for maximum effect, dresses, A-line skirts, 1970s flares and skinny jeans.

Below are my favourites from the past season, plus those available now. Whether in the clearance sales or in seasonal stock, grab 'em while you can.

Miss Selfridge a/w 2010, £50

Zara a/w 2010, £79.99

Zara a/w 2010, £49.99

River Island a/w, £59.99

                         Topshop a/w 2010, £60                      Zara a/w 2010, £49.99


French Connection, £115

                     Aldo, was £85, now £60                Dr. Martens, $120

                    KG by Kurt Geiger, £140            French Connection, £115

New Look, £54.99

Asos, £50

Dorothy Perkins, £42

New Look, £29.99

New Look, £29.99

                               Topshop, £85                     Topshop, £70

New Look, £19.99                    Aldo, was £50 now £24.98

Topshop, £62


Radley at Kurt Geiger, £140

River Island, £55

                        Asos White, £95                   Miss Sixty (on eBay), £45

Mango, £79.90

Scholl, £70

New Look, £36

Scholl, £50

                               Scholl, £50                        Miss Selfridge, £48

images: websites of brands as shown, except River Island, Aldo platforms, KG by Kurt Geiger ( and Miss Sixty ( image 1: