Style & Then Some

Why Kate and Catherine should steal each other’s style

When tasked with blogging about ‘pure British style’ by shoe heaven website Sarenza (we went to their bloggers event last week) there were two style icons that immediately came to mind for me. Easily the two most famous brides in the world this year, they’re both British style icons and they’re both called Kate (sorry, but I can’t get used to this Catherine business). I got to thinking about what the Duchess of Cambridge and Kate Moss could learn from each other when it comes to footwear fashion…

Personally, I’m a bit bored of the same old mid-height courts in neutral colours that Catherine is always wearing. I’d rather see her in something way more daring, like these lipstick red Alvery heels by Pour la Victoire, £249. They’d look great with a floral Erdem dress.

Alvery shoes by Pour la Victoire on red court shoes red high heels red patent heels red shoes red platform heels

Mrs Moss, on the other hand, could have a go at a look that the Duchess chose for about half a dozen weddings this summer – the nude patent court. But rather than a delicate stiletto, the leg-lengthening platform-soled Jupiter by I LOVE SHOES (£63.75) is much more Moss’s style.

Alvery shoes by Pour la Victoire on nude court shoes nude high heels nude patent heels nude shoes nude platform heelsWhich Brit style icons do you think should take a leaf out of each others’ wardrobes? Tell us in the comment box below.

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