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Spring shoes: Rainbow Brights

In a week when thick jumpers, socks and snoods were pulled out of hiding and I went rogue and consumed every left-over Easter Egg in the house, you could think that winter had returned with a bang. And, perhaps that it would be untimely to write about brightly coloured, rain-phobic shoes. But, I say forget about all that as Spring is still here, we’re just weather-blipping and now is most definitely the time to get your Rainbow Shoe on….

The thing about rainbow shoes is that they give you happy feet and happy feet are a most excellent thing. There’s something wonderful about skipping or walking (fast if you’re anything like me and Natasha) or lolling around in a pair of brightly-coloured shoes. Even if the rest of your outfit is quiet and understated and very-tasteful-thank-you-very-much, you can add a bit of pizazz with a rainbow shoes. Now, of course, rainbow shoes aren’t restricted to smart flats and kitten heels, (trainers, heels and sandals, definitely sandals, can all be rainbow shoes) but for the purposes of this post I’ve concentrated on the smarter end of the spectrum. Shoes that are suitable for work, play and everything in between. P.S. don’t be scared by the comeback of the Kitten Heel. They can look cool/non-sloaney/chic it just depends on what you style them with (if you want to know more, email us and we’ll do a post!)

Yellow mules, £29.99, Zara

Pink leather ruffle slingbacks, £50 Next

Bright pink suede loafers, £69, Office

Blue Archer pump, £59, Kurt Geiger

Turquoise flats, £295, Rupert Sanderson

Red Jackie kitten heels, £52, Topshop

Pointed flats, £19.99, Mango

Teal velvet pumps, £122, Tory Burch at The Outnet

And, if you are on the look out for sandals and holiday shoes then check out our ‘Holiday Edit‘ or ‘Spring Style Edit‘. We’ve found some beauties!

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