It’s been a while since I featured any supermarket style picks so today it’s all about the 10 shoe trends you can pop into your trolley next time you head down to Tesco. And best of all? They’re all under £40, so if you fancy dipping your toe into a trend it’s not a big investment if you only wear them for one season.
Pointed-toe flats lengthen legs and the cutaway sides on D’Orsay flats give an elegant flash of foot. Wear with everything from a skater dress to midi skirt, or rolled up boyfriend jean to cigarette pant. Earn extra style points by teaming with culottes.
Espadrilles were a big hit last summer and are here to stay. Choose neutral tones like these nude or black styles to add a Chanel vibe to a jeans, tee and blazer look, then pack them in your suitcase and wear everyday on your hols too.
If heels aren’t for you, give your legs a lift with a flatform loafer. The thick sole on this fringed style brings the classic shoe bang up-to-date to take you from work to weekend.
The 70s are hot right now and these clog sandals will give any summer outfit a retro feel. When it comes to clogs, chunky straps and buckles are the way to go, for safety and style.
Take your slider sandal from beach to bar this summer with a scattering of jewels and forget about any wobbly bits because all eyes will be on your feet when the sun shines on these blue beauties.
Mules in all shapes and forms are still high up on the fashion hit-list this season (well, perhaps not the donkey kind!). A suede upper and chunky heel are another way to work the 70s trend.
An ankle boot is for life, not just for winter. OK, maybe they won’t last quite that long, but certainly all year round, because ankle boots teamed with a summer dress give an unexpected stylish twist to a warm weather look. Make it feel more seasonal with cut out detailing and a peep toe.
A chunky-heeled sandal that’s smart enough for the office Monday-Friday and just right for rocking with 70s denim.
Bright floral print ? Check. Embellished? Check. Pointed toe? Check. These courts tick all the boxes for a statement heel this season. Dress up a jeans look or plan your wedding guest outfit around them.
There’s no escaping the April showers (and beyond into the Great British Summer!) so a bold pair of wellies is the easiest way to give your wet weather wear a makeover. Heading to a festival? Team with cut-off denim shorts, a sweater and lightweight parka.
Which shoe trends will you be wearing this season and how will you style them?