• Open space
    Open space
    A cool smart casual option for dry days. The lightweight white sole gives a sporty look to contrast against the menswear-inspired upper.
  • Floral feet
    Floral feet
    This unusual 60s print is the product of a collaboration between Clarks and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Complementary to a sleek black work outfit.
  • Barbie pump
    Barbie pump
    This sweet block-heeled court is extra girly in fuchsia suede. A cheerful weekend style, versatile enough to take you to weddings and the races too.
  • Nautical navy
    Nautical navy
    A laid-back take on a classic men's style, with contrasting white laces and sole. Great with rolled-up jeans and a white shirt. Also available in E fit.
  • High T
    High T
    T Bars aren't just for little kids. This off white version has grown-up geometric laser-cutting and an elegant tapered toe shape. Also available in E fit.
  • Natural mocc
    Natural mocc
    This style has a moccasin construction which wraps under the foot, giving optimum comfort. Peach veg-tan leather is flattering to most skin-tones.


It’s usually around this time of year that I get impatient for Spring to arrive. This tends to make February feel long and cold.

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One positive thing about this month is that shops and web pages fill with new and exciting closed-toed shoe styles. As there are only a small number of days per year in the UK when you can be truly comfortable in sandals, closed shoes are a sensible investment.

Sensible doesn’t have to mean boring, so click through the slide show above for my pick of the loveliest new Clarks shoes. As always, only shoes which are comfortable and beautiful have made the selection.

Which is your favourite style? Let me know in the comments or on FacebookInstagram or Twitter.

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