• Desert zebra
    Desert zebra
    For an easy boyish style perfectly complimented by slim-legged black trousers, look no further than these Opening Ceremony chukka boots.
  • Splatter loafer
    Splatter loafer
    Repetto don't just make excellent ballet flats, but also effortless loafers. Smart, with a fashion look from the high-shine paint splatter leather.
  • Snow leopard
    Snow leopard
    The low block heel ankle boot is this season's most important silhouette. Senso provide a sleek version in luxurious printed hair-on leather.
  • Pointed reptile
    Pointed reptile
    Ever seen a furry snake? Now you have. Senso have created these unusual pointed flats with wrap ankle straps, which are great with tailored skirts.
  • Glittery tweed
    Glittery tweed
    Chelsea boots are perfect for pulling on and off quickly. These Beau Coops points are unusually treated with tweed elastic and a glittery silver welt.
  • Scholastic fantastic
    Scholastic fantastic
    With a nod to '90s school shoes, Beau Coops give us loafers for grown-ups. Details include scalloping, that glitter welt, and a pointed toe.


I love popping into Poste Mistress on Monmouth Street, London. This delightful boutique always stocks a great mix of highly wearable styles from unusual smaller shoe brands.

When I visited recently, there seemed to be a bit of a theme in the Autumn/Winter selection. This season’s focus is on black and white. This colourway is a great way to avoid all-black looks, without introducing garish colour into your shoedrobe.


Have a click through the slide show, and tell me your favourite style in the comments or on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.


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