Is this the summer of the comfortable It shoe? We only ask because so far the key footwear styles that have really captured the imaginations and wardrobes of the fash-pack have managed to deliver on both an aesthetic level and with 24/7 staying power.
From Alexander Wang's caged flat sandals to the ongoing stronghold loafers have across the board, there's all manner of sensible yet striking shoe choices a girl can make. Which would all go a long way to explaining just why Kurt Geiger London's Mayfair heels have garnered such an intensely loyal following.
Karlie Kloss wearing Kurt Geiger London's Mayfair shoes.
Coming in at £180, they are significantly less expensive than your average It shoes (we are aware they aren't a bargain either, but KG's creations are very well made, you see). However, the perfectly elevated but wearable mid-heel and balletic lace-up detailing make them a.) look way beyond this price tag and b.) ready for some seriously impactful Instagram shots.
The blogging community have pounced upon them—most commonly, like Karlie Kloss, opting for the white version—and they've been filling up our social media feeds on the regular.
To see how the style leaders wear theirs—and to shop them for yourself—scroll down…
Style Notes: No wonder Pandora Sykes looks so happy—these are excellent shoes to be worn with short hemlines and a glittering array of metallic pieces.
Style Notes: Who says you can complement ripped hems with ladylike ribbon laces?
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Style Notes: Megan Ellaby of Pages By Megan has opted for Kurt Geiger London's taupe colourway—which breaks up this monochrome look nicely.
Style Notes: We've noticed it's all about the front-tying with this style.
Style Notes: Shini Park of Park & Cube travels in style—and a sturdy midi heel like the Mayfair allows it.