We love anything and everything that’s embroidered, which obviously means that these black embroidered mules caught our eye and decided to make a place in our hearts ‘coz they’re so pretty! They’d pretty much look good with everything, although we would recommend styling them with a dark, solid coloured outfit. Ditch uncomfortable heels and wear these for a date for a look that’ll never go wrong!
Suede, muted mules
Sure, ballet flats are your go-to work footwear but you will also agree that they’re overdone and are basically passé. Time to make a switch! How about some suede mules in muted shades of your choice? We love this soft grey pair of buckled mules and are definitely making it our go-to work shoe.
It’s like we’re looking for a reason to ditch heels and slip into something that’s comfortable and serves the purpose of the occasion–these metallic mules for example. Aren’t they just perfect for a party? Save yourself the pain and stress of carrying an extra pair of flats to the party and dance the night away in these stunning metallic mules!
Indian mules a.k.a Juttis
Presenting a mule version of juttis to sort all your ethnic footwear woes! Deciding what to wear underneath your ethnic outfit is always a task and we can’t seem to move over gold/silver heels or basic juttis. Try these mules to give your ethnic or indo-western outfit a fun upgrade!
All this while, we spoke about avoiding heels and how variants of mules have great, comfy substitutes for heels, but deep down, we know there are certain outfits that look perfect only with heels. Heels add the right amount of length that’s needed for certain outfits to look on point, in that case, switch to heeled mules. Compared to stilettos and platforms, mule heels (boxed) are more comfortable. So now you know which shoe to pick when heels and comfort both are your dire needs!
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