Three pairs of neutral heels


I’ve always been a big fan of neutral heels (or flats, or wedges, or… you get the picture.), but after three weeks of living out of a suitcase, and having to make the same small selection of shoes work with everything I’d packed (not to mention everything I BOUGHT…), I’m even more enamoured with the idea of shoes that can be worn with just about anything.

It came as no surprise, then, that when I got back to work yesterday, and started browsing through all of my favourite shoe websites to see what I’d missed, I kept finding myself drawn to the same kind of style: a pink or “nude” upper, a high heel, a pretty, elegant shape. Here are three of my favourite pairs of neutral heels, all available on the UK high street right now:

1. Miss Selfridge ‘Sista’ bow glitter heels, $80

Miss Selfridge 'Sista' pink peep toes with bow on heel

You can see the back view of these shoes at the top of the page, and while it’s definitely the most distinctive element of the design, with its gold, glitter-covered heel and fabric bow, the front is also very nicely shaped, with low cut sides and a small peep toe. These are a pale pink colour, which I count as a “neutral”, not because it will match all skin tones (It definitely wont), but because it WILL work with most clothing colours.

If you’d prefer something a little more daytime appropriate, however, how about…

2. Neutral heels, £29.99, Zara

neutral heels from Zara

I love these, and as they’re a bit of a steal at £29.99, I’d be very tempted to buy a pair if I hadn’t already spent all my money on vacation! They’re perfectly shaped, however, and although they’re not leather (the price kind of gives that away!), they’re the kind of shoes I can see myself getting tons of wear out of it. They’re also available in black, too, if that happens to be YOUR “neutral”.


3. Topshop ‘Steel’ beige high heels, £50Topshop 'Steel' neutral high heels

My third pick is from Topshop, and also available in black and maroon. Unlike the previous two pairs, these ‘Steel’ pumps have closed toes, and a metal heel, which gives them their name.

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