I’ve never liked flat lace-ups. They have that masculine kind of look to them (or maybe it’s just the memory of too many pairs of “sensible” school shoes!) that can look fantastic on some people, but is just all wrong for me, so they’re a style I’ve always avoided. I know lots of you love this look, though, and it’s one we’ve been seeing a lot of over the past few months, and will no doubt see even more of in the next few.
ASOS have tried to make these ‘Magnolia’ flats a little more feminine with the addition of the all-over ditsy print. Does the clash of masculine and feminine work here, though? I’m going to let you be the judge of that – I’m far to biased to provide an objective opinion on this one, but if you’re firmly in favour of these, they’re £28 at ASOS.com.
Nope. I don’t care for this style of shoe at all. They remind me of the jazz shoes that I had to wear in dance class – they did not look good on me then and they don’t look good on me now.
Yuck. That flowery print is hideous.
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Ugly ugly ugly!
I only like flat lace-ups if they’re the soft gym shoe kind. The heels on these put them firmly into the ugly category!
Never ever in a million years :s
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i actually like brogues 🙂 . But not the boring black ones, feels like school shoes! but i like the feminine print with the masculine style. Brogues are pretty hard to pull off though. They don’t necessarily look good on everyone