5 Ethical Flats to Get You Excited for Summer

It may not be Summer in the street but it can still be Summer on your feet with our fun and flirty, ethical Summer flats! In this blog, we show off our future Summer picks. Don't worry, we've got something for you, darling.

Something Practical 

 There is nothing more elegant than a buttery pair of ballerina flats, especially when they're ballet flats turned oxfords! Not only is this gem super practical and chic, but she also provides hours of support for your feet. The Adah Oxford in Black is perfect for the minimalist, the neutral enthusiast and anyone looking for an extra bit of comfort without, dare I say... looking like your grandma. You’re welcome!


Something Pink

Abiona Gladiator Sandal in Ballet Pink

Every woman needs something pink in her closet and our NEW Abiona Gladiator sandal in Ballet Pink is the prettiest, softest shade of pink. She’s simple yet feminine and should definitely be on your Summer shoe list. She’s a simple yet playful girl and totally pulls an outfit together once you pair her up with paper bag shorts, a bright Summer dress, or a midi skirt.


Something Flirty

Palesa in Zebra / Cerise

Up your shoefie game with our Palesa in Zebra & Cerise. This fun and flirty flat is the perfect Summer companion. She dares to be different. Whoever wears the Palesa is in for a full day of double-takes and compliments! This little gem enjoys a good Summer date too! Dress her up with formal pants or a fit and flare dress for a fun, flirty look.



Something Colourful

Adah Oxford in Metallic Lavender / Nguni Lavender

What would a South African Summer be without something fun and colourful to wear on your feet!? Explore your playful side with our Adah Oxford in Metallic Lavender, made from local and sustainable materials. Extravagant and elegant, this is a flat that can be dressed up or down. Not just for a day date with the girls, but for work and Summer events as well!


Now go on, get your Summer fix!!

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