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Stride into the new season with some pretty new footwear. Lisa Haynes sizes up the feminine styles that will keep you right in step this summer


Topshop perspex print heels, £55


Love Label perspex heel shoes, £45 at Very


Kitten couture


It’s official, little heels are a big deal this season. Another heel joining the midi club is the kitten.


As trend-setting Burberry Prorsum showcased kitten heel wedges on the autumn/winter 13 catwalk, this is a heel shape that’s sure to make fashionistas purr right through to next year.


For spring, stick to slingback heels that resemble a mini stiletto. Like midi blockettes, this skinny heel won’t be agony to walk in all day but the drawback is that you might be visiting the cobblers on a frequent basis.


Topshop Newbie leopard mid-heel sandals, £60


Sandals also come in kitten heel form. Accessorise your footwear with a contrasting bright pedicure for a fashionable finishing touch.


Block beautiful


Rejoice, heel haters - skyscrapers have been put on the back-burner this season and mini tower blocks are in.


Midi blockettes are not only stylish but super- comfortable. Think of them as a ballet pump on a raised chunky heel.


Go for nude styles with bow or embellishments for uber-pretty, or bright and minimal for urban cool.


With a retro shape harking back to the Sixties, these shoes will give your outfits a retro spin, especially if worn with a sleek shift dress. To keep your look modern, try pairing them with jeans to add instant chic.


Keep the toes closed for a true prim ‘n’ proper look or opt for sandals styles for a fresh summer look.


L.K.Bennett Iris block heel shoes, £175 (www.lkbennett.com) www.lifebeginsmagazine.com Life Begins 17


Office Fair Lady block heel shoes, £58 (www.office.co.uk)


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