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Reject heels, as flats are all the rage this season

Many women might agree that high heels attract them more in a showroom than a flat does. High heels look fab with any outfit, and make you look tall but there is no denying that high heels are high on discomfort as well. It is as if you get that perfect look at the cost of your comfort, and this is a very big reason behind the death of high heels and return of flats in fashion. Yes, flats are back in fashion. To make the flat choice easy for you, following is a list of flat shoe trends and the ways you should be wearing them.

Flats with pointy toes

Flats with pointy toes

High heels make up for our short height and the flats can also do the same. The flats that have pointy toes elongate feet and legs, thus, making up well for the short feet and legs. We know pointy toes flats as the grown-up ballerinas. They are comfortable and extremely stylish in looks. Nowadays, we get a massive variety in these flats, like the ones with the toe cleavage, ankle straps, and the cut away sides. They look amazing with any length skirts, shorts, or long and cropped trousers.

Loafers

Loafers

Loafers go well with formal clothing, but the choice of colors makes them suit your everyday dressing as well. Choose pastel colors and wear them with your summer skirts and shorts. Loafers come in a wide assortment of colors and some differences in shape that make them suit the seriousness of office and the fun and funkiness of a casual hangout. If you have short legs then never buy a loafer with a high front.

Ballerina Flats

Ballerina Flats

The round-toed ballerinas look amazing with long and cropped trousers, shorts, jeans, skirts, in fact with every damn thing you wear. Round-toed ballerinas have a low front that makes short legs look longer. Ballerina flats with nude colors are great for ones who long for the extra long legs effect. We get a variety of types and colors in ballerinas to choose from, and the embellished ballerinas make the statement if the rest of the dressing is kept simple.

Slingback Flats

Slingback Flats

Slingback flats you can wear anytime anywhere and the slingbacks in metallic shade, patent leather material, or that have a statement design are good to go with the party outfit of yours. So easy to put on, and comfortable to walk in. The low front design is good for short legs. Wear them with trousers, skirts, culottes, and dresses.

Flats with Ankle straps

Flats with Ankle straps

Flats with ankle straps look so elegant and this trend is in style this summer. You can choose these flats according to the type of strap, like a simple strap for the daily look, and the embellished ankle strap for the party look. This style is ideal for long legged women, and not so good for women with short legs, as the strap divides the legs and makes them look shorter. So all you long legged women, pull out your short dresses, shorts, miniskirts, folded jeans, or any dress that show more bare legs and pair them with these awesome looking flats with ankle straps.

Sporty Flats

Sporty Flats

If you are the one who values comfort more than anything else, then sporty flats are just for you. However, these sporty flats are not just comfortable but very rich in style as well. They come in a variety of colors, prints, and material. Sporty flats are perfect for casual wear, pair them with jeans or shorts, and you are good to go.

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