Two fab ways to style the slipper

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Trends are often deemed faddish and brushed off due to their temporariness, but some fads turn into fashion favourites, and, well, stay with us for a while!

The slipper is a fine example of this. Fad-turned-fashion-must-have, the slipper has made its way into our wardrobes in many guises. Take the calf hair Avec Moderation version we waxed lyrical about a few weeks ago, or the much-famed (and kinda pricey) ‘Kitty’ flats by shoe extraordinaire Charlotte Olympia.

Investing in a pair of shoes that remind you of your grandfather’s footwear collection isn’t exactly appealing, especially when they cost nearly £400 a pop! But don’t despair, because we’ve found the perfect pocket-friendly version you’ll want to keep wearing season in, season out!

Sam Edelman’s rock ‘n’ roll take on the OAP-esque slipper brings us sparkles, studs and a colour that goes with absolutely everything: black! How to style the Adena slipper outside of ‘lounging’ hours, you ask? Read on to find out…

Casual Coolness

Keep it comfortable for the perfect off-duty vibe with a hit of soft, sparkly (and spiky) glamour!

Kittia Classic Touch Soft Green Wool Jumper by By Malene Birger, £209; Black Rinsed Leather Skinny Fit Trouser by Helmut Lang, £280; Spike Necklace by Anton Heunis, £137; Black Adena Satin Crystal Stud Smoking Slipper by Sam Edelman, £140.

Perfect for Date Night 

Who said date night dressing was incomplete without heels? We’re digging the comfort factor, too!

Colour Block Intarsia Dress by M Missoni, £425; Too Hot To Handle Top Handle Bag by Marc By Marc Jacobs, £375; Loop Of Love Earrings by Phoebe Coleman, £175; shoes as above.

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