Anyone who doesn’t think flats can be glamorous obviously has never seen a sequin.
These Modcloth flats, on the other hand, have seen PLENTY of sequins. A boatload of them, in fact. They’re covered in sequins, from the back of the heel to the tip of their pointed toes, and I think they’re all the better for it. With a matte upper, they’d be a perfectly nice pair of flats, and the kind of shoes I’m always on the lookout for, because I go through so many pairs of them. With the sequins, however, they become the kind of shoes you could ditch the heels for and wear on an evening out, or throw on with jeans, in order to instantly look like you’ve made an effort. Hell, you could even just wear them around the house, as a pair of glammed-up slippers. That’s what I’d do, anyway.
I’m going to level with you, though. As much as I like the shoes (And, as I’d said before, I consider gold flats to be one of those shoe-closet staples I couldn’t live without), I’m really just featuring them today in order to give myself an excuse to show you this dress:
What to wear with gold sequinned flats
It’s a beauty, isn’t it? It’s by new label Needle & Thread, and if this dress is anything to go by, I have a feeling we’re going to be seeing a lot more of them. Because the length is shorter than I’d generally wear, I think it would be the perfect dress to wear with flats, and these flats in particular pick up the gold embroidery nicely. I’ve added some green and gold accessories to finish the look off: well, it HAS always been one of my favourite colour combinations!