27th Apr 2020
Slippers and fluffy socks are no more — say hello to the newest version of the house shoe, the mule
Little by little over the past few weeks, we’ve been making changes to our Work-From-Home wardrobes. A dress here, a trouser there, all in an effort to beat the stasis of loungewear and to feel a bit more normal. And now, we’re moving on to the feet.
Granted, if you’re working from home at the minute, shoes may not come into your outfit planning at all, but we’re here to make the case as to why that should change. We’re not advising stilettos or platforms here, but a solid flat mule (embellishments welcome) will serve the same comfy purpose and make you feel a little more dressed up.
If you’ve been searching for a way to feel more glamorous while under lockdown at home, look no further than these mules we’re loving this week. Some are colourful, some are sparkly, but they all have comfort in common.
ASOS DESIGN Lou pointed mules in jaquard, €27.65 from ASOS
Sophie Webster Doris leather-trim gingham mules, €450 from Matches Fashion
Flat leather mules with gathered detail, €49.95 from Zara
Dixie green multi strap mules, €40 from Topshop
Chio muled sandals with low heel in brown croc effect leather, €103.69 from ASOS
Midnight 00 Antoinette tulle-covered patent-leather mules, €595 from Matches Fashion
Quilted braided leather heeled mules, €79.95 from Zara
JURY pink transparent mules, now €46 from Topshop
ASOS DESIGN Joanna satin bow espadrille mules in pastel, €30.42 from ASOS
Fabrizio Viti Jean floral appliqué leather clogs, €450 from Matches Fashion
Judy leather elongated mules, now €65 from Topshop
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