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Add some attitude to your footwear

It’s a minefield out there looking for the perfect heels to match a outfit – you want on trend style that will set off your new dress, shoes that won’t require a loan and one’s that you will be able to stand in all night and walk home in too. There’s lots to tick off the list but the designers at everyone’s favourite footwear brand Dune have a stomping selection of the latest shoe styles this winter.

From studs to block heels, tie-around ankle straps and slinky black sandals Dune have an impressive collection of heels for every kind of party-girl. I love how the designers at Dune can add a modern twist on a classic look – for example these timeless leopard print court high heels have a pointed toe and slim heel – they are practical yet ideal for all occasions. I partner these with slim cigarette trousers for a smart casual look.

 If you are wanting to add some attitude to your outfit try this stud detail court shoe. Straight off the Milan catwalks from Valentino’s collections, studs are definitely here to stay and are being used across footwear designs by other fashion houses. These beauties feature a t-bar buckle strap slim mid heel and classic pointed toe.

I think they’re a match made in shoe heaven to collaborate with both trousers and skirts. Add some disco to your night out with the patent material – the shiny material will bounce off the lights on the dance floor or brighten up your day at work during the dark winter months. So how do you look after your precious heels? Take extra care of them and just gently wipe with a dry cloth after each use – this will keep them fresh and glossy for many more uses.

Click onto dune.co.uk and browse their autumn/winter heels today.

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