Flats can be flattering
I love high heels. High heels makes women feel more confident, sexy and powerful. They also create the illusion of looking taller and give the impression of a slimmer body in many cases. When I wear comfortable high heels I feel more confident and sexy. I also think I get more attention from men. Despite all these benefits, I love my flats. My favorite flat shoes are the Brogue shoes. Boy, I can’t get enough of them and I keep buying them. Since last season I fell in love with an other type of shoes. The loafers. This type of shoes become fashionable in the 1930s. In the 1930s, loafers were re-introduced to the United States via pictures of Norwegian farmers wearing them to perform work. The shoes featured no buttons or shoestrings, had a low heel, and fit below the ankle. In 1930s loafers were designed mostly for men. However, in the 1950s, penny loafers became popular shoe choices for both men and women. This type of shoe have become a major trend, nowadays. Available in different colours, patterns, materials, provided with studs, spikes. Suitable for every look, outfit and occasion. I wear them with shorts, jeans but I also like them under a dress. I love the face you can combine them in endless ways. I hope this trend will keep going on. I would die for the Louboutins, but they are a way to expensive. The ones from Jeffrey Campbell, Jimmy Choo, Acne and Steve Madden are a good alternative.