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Legendary fashion designer Paul Smith has answered women’s demand for chic masculine style with a limited edition collection of brogues.

Inspired by brogue wearers like Alexa Chung and Fearne Cotton, Smith has delved into his menswear footwear collection and reinterpreted them for female customers.

There are two styles available, Burton and Miller, which are taken directly from the men’s collection and 5 different colours: brown, red, blue, green and purple.

Wear with a retro tea dress and opaque tights for a feminine look or opt for a smarter look with tailored trousers and a crisp shirt.

Your only dilemma is what colour to chose. Stylist are championing the bright red for a splash of colour.

Brogues, from £240, paulsmith.co.uk

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