WIDE/NARROW/NORMAL SANDALS

  • 70s demi-wedge
    70s demi-wedge
    A suede upper on a wedge always reminds me of the 1970s. As that's the hot decade this summer, be on-trend by rocking these with flares or maxi skirts.
  • Librarian chic
    Librarian chic
    That slightly geeky look still looks great. Wear these with a knee-length skirt and rolled-up T-shirt to avoid the very serious buttoned-up look.
  • Work sandal
    Work sandal
    For work-places without closed-toe dress codes. Wear below-the-knee skirts to keep the look demure, and try tights or painting your nails a subtle colour.
  • Wedding guest
    Wedding guest
    With a 7½cm heel, these nubuck T-Bars are the perfect height for your friend/cousin/boyfriend's colleague's special day. All day.
  • Weekender
    Weekender
    These patent flats are so pale, they should flatter even the pastiest of winter feet and give the illusion of a slight tan.

Have you heard about the fantastic brand Duo? Maybe you already know about their boots, which are available in 11 different calf widths.

The great thing about this company is that they also offer three different width fittings for all of their sandals, including the fabulous options above.

Narrow (19.5-20.9cm)

Standard (21-22.4cm)

Wide (22.5-23.5cm)

The measurements detailed are the circumference of the widest part of your foot (around the sticking out bones at the base of the big and little toes). You can measure this with a fabric tape measure at home.

Find out which shoe, sandal and boot styles will flatter your shape, by downloading my book Outfits in Minutes: A Guide for Time-Pressed Women, co-written by the fabulous Samantha Clarke.

This essential guide is packed full of tips and methods to help you look your best, without those moments of panic in front of the wardrobe.

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