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Keep your seasonal style fresh with these stylishly simple shoes

"Put some new shoes on and suddenly everything is right"

By Sacha Dance

Words: Sacha Dance; pictures: provided

In the heat it is best to keep your style simple and cool, which sometimes can mean losing the layers by really stripping it back.

If you’re wanting to stay stylish without all the added extras a new pair of shoes are the perfect way to freshen up a look. Choose from some of our favourite styles from brand like Dior, Vagabond, Ted Baker and more.


These collegiate style trainers are toned with shades of grey and finished of with Ted Baker ‘T’. They would be best be paired with a vintage tee and a pair of light blue boyfriend jeans.


If you are looking to vamp up your sportswear wardrobe these Lacoste white and green textile trainers are a great freshen up. MULE – £840

This simple yet elevated design from the Dior by Birkenstock collection is a super trendy investment piece for the summer. The market for comfy footwear is booming now with slides, clogs and mules being the first choice for most people, so why not invest in a designer pair.


The Lerins Palm Premium Leather in the colour Ecru are a simple understated trainer that can be paired with something simple or something more daring.


The Comfort Craftsman boots come in a range of colours and are the perfect finishing touch to smarten up an everyday or evening look.

LAID BACK – £110

These off white coloured sneakers from Vagabond give a super laid back vibe and are perfect to pack for your travels this summer. 

SLIDES – £300

A designer slide is a great way to elevate a holiday outfit while keeping cool at the same time.


BOAT SHOE – £120

A great holiday companion is the Sebago Portland Fleshout, which is a stylish take on the classic boat shoe.


VANS are a brand that are always reliable for comfort and style, they are also super affordable. The classic Old Skool style will always be a winner. 

The Attitude July/August issue is out now.