Back to Basics: 12 Shoes Every Woman Should Own

Black Pumps
A basic black pump in suede or leather is the ultimate go-to, they pull together any outfit and add instant sophistication.

*Laura Brown in Manolo Blahnik pumps.

 Ankle-Strap Sandals
A barely-there ankle-strap sandal goes with just about anything and lengthens your legs.

*Carine Roitfeld in Givenchy sandals.

Sleek Ankle Boots
Need to add a little edge to your look?  Ankle boots do the trick when paired with jeans or dresses.

*Amanda Weiner in 3.1 Phillip Lim boots.

Ballet Flats
The quintessential run-around shoe, and a preppy-wardrobe staple, we favour a basic black or bright colour when it comes to flats

*Magdalena Frackowiak


Animal-Print Heels
Snakeskin or leopard heels add sultry style to your look.  We also consider this print a neutral when mixing with other prints.

*Poppy Delevingne

Metallic Heels
Metallic heels are a no-brainer for an evening look – but they also work for daytime.


Short-Stacked Heels
This 90’s style is making a serious comeback – the stacked heel gives you a little height without sacrificing comfort.

*Joanna Hillman in Celine sandals.

Platform Wedges
Wedges lend a lot of height and a lot of style.

*Shea Marie in Celine wedges.

Casual Sneakers
A fashionable sneaker is the perfect weekend shoe, pair it with jeans and dresses alike.

*Nasiba Adilova in Comme Des Garcons sneakers.


Flat Sandals
The ubiquitous summer shoe to pair with everything from cut-off shorts to a floral sundress.


Tall Flat Boots
Tall boots, especially with a nod to equestrian style are timeless.  They’re essential for fall, and add polish to a t-shirt and jeans look.

All Weather Boots
Through snow and ice – all weather boots are a must, especially when you can’t bear to put on chunky snow boots for the umpteenth time.

*Josephine Skriver

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