The Outfits We Always Wear With Mules

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    When everyone else is talking about dad sneakers and sneakers in general, it’s still this pretty shoe trend that we reach for week after week. Low heels, and especially mules, have proven to be the shoes we can’t stop (and won’t stop) wearing. Seriously, they’re so simple to wear for pretty much any occasion, and one thing we love in shoes is versatility. Whether simply worn with our favourite jeans and a cool top or swapped for stilettos, see which are the outfits we always wear with our mules.

    We like to think of mules as the cooler sister to classic pumps, meaning they’re easily swapped in put-together work outfits.
    Low heels complement midi skirts so well.
    When it comes to denim, cropped flares are our go-to style to show off the cool shoes.
    For date night, try a romantic silky dress and bright mules.
    Straight-leg jeans and a statement blouse make for an easy outfit with mules that you’ll find us in any day of the week.
    The pretty shoes look especially good with flirty details like ruffles.
    The combination of pointed-toe mules and trousers with a side or back slit results in a look that elongates your legs.
    In colder temperatures, you’ll find us wearing tights that peek out underneath our jeans.
    A solid blazer and fun printed midi skirt are a combo you’ll see us in a lot this spring.
    To dress the heels down, try slightly distressed denim and a structured top.
    Mules are quite perfect for showing off a dainty anklet, too.
    Once again, straight-leg jeans are our denim of choice with kitten-heel mules.
    They can instantly freshen up a dress over jeans.
    Peep-toe mules are ideal for summer with all your dresses and jumpsuits.
    An ankle-grazing duster coat gives the heels a forward look.
    Midi dresses are best with the heels as the shorter hem shows off the shoes.
    Wear yours with your trusted skinny jeans and a boxier blazer.
    Keep it classic with a long trench coat and a structured handbag. Which of these looks speak most to how you’d wear mules? This article first appeared on Who What Wear US.

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