Do you know your brogues from your ballerinas? You will now...
If you've ever taken your heels off after an hour on the dance floor, you know how comfortable flats can be. Also you don't need to sacrifice style for comfort as flats can also amp up your style quotient.
A leather shoe with embroidery or beading. Originally worn by North American tribes. Now worn by festival goers and other free-spirited folk.
Immortalised by Kate Moss, this little style has freed up a generation of women from their heels. Try a bit of toe cleavage (yes, you read right) for extra sex appeal.
Low, laceless shoe. Comes from Norwegian cattle loafing. Glamorous.
Sturdy leather, named after holes known as "broguering". Yes, we did think 'hole-y shoe' didn't sound quite right...
Originating in the Pyrenees in the 14th century, they've long been defined by their jute rope sole. Perfect for looking like you're on holiday.
Get extra fashion points with these flats inspired by shoes designed for traditional dancing. Feminine & comfortable to wear all day long.
Trainers were what you wore to tennis matches. Not any more. Today, we wear them to work and play. They are comfortable, fashionable & practical. Trainers have become a fashion must-have in recent years.
An above-the-ankle style that extends over the ankle (of course), these athletic shoes have become so popular. Makes us feel like asking strangers if they want to "shoot some hoops".
An extremely durable fabric used for making sails, tents, marquees and backpacks, Canvas has made it to our trainers. Perfect for a casual lunch, Sunday brunch or a walk in the park.
In the last century, trainers have gone from rubber soled to air cushioned, gel filled capsules worn as much for their looks as their sporting performance. And we love them.