The Pointed mule: Bringing a touch of class to an outfit, whilst retaining a sense of informality is everything I want from a shoe and I think I’ve found the answer to compliment every look this season.

Spring/Summer dressing is creative but it can be challenging to dress on those in between days. For that instant injection of the latest trend, try a mule. A great fix if you haven’t had your pedicure and a perfect leg lengthener for trousers and a the easiest shoe to slip on and throw off.

I’ve included a few of my favourite black pairs for that truly classic wardrobe staple but if you are after a touch of character and attitude go for colour or embellishment.

How to Style them : Classic & Black Pointed Mules

 

A timeless black leather mule in every height adds elegance and poise to a simple trench, stonewash ankle jean, sunglasses and a pop of red. Conversely, if you want something more fashion aware pair with a pyjama style wide leg trousers.

 

Shop them here : Classic & Black Pointed Mules

 

& other Stories pointed block £79

& other stories with House of Hackney £79

How to Style them: Embellished + Bright Pointed Mules

If you want to redefine how you dress your feet and complete your outfit with something more outstanding then go for a bold bright shoe to bring a pop of colour to your look. Pinks, reds or oranges give floral connotations, perfect for stepping into spring- try to match them with a similarly coloured lipstick to enhance your look. If you want to stand out from the crowd but aren’t quite ready for a super bright shoe, try looking for an embellished mule; something with a tassel, buckle or strap is striking and adds a focal point to an outfit without going mad on colour.

Shop them here : Embellished & Bright Pointed Mules

Muhra Raffia Mules Jigsaw £98

Mango Emerald Heel Leather mules £98

 

Mix/Isa Arfen Orange/Pink Colourblock Bow Mule £125

Casual or classy, mules should be your new best friend and most worn item this season, so go and find the mules that best brighten your day!

Thank you to Rosie Berhi for all her contributions on this article, you can find her at  https://behristyle.wordpress.com/ and you can follow her on Instagram @behristyle.

Head over to Instagram to see my take on the mule.

 

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