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The Lighter Way To Travel

Rushing through airports or strolling around a European market town, it’s time to holiday in style with Butterfly Twists’chic footwear

While we all love a good holiday (the sun, the chance to relax or have an adventure), getting there often involves last-minute packing and a mad dash to the airport.

Make the transition from stressed-out to blissed-out easier with Butterfly Twists’ chic yet practical collection of ballerinas and sandals. Lightweight, comfortable and easily stashed in a bag – or even a clutch – this covetable range of footwear is perfect for navigating everything from busy airports to quaint cobbled streets.

A memory foam insole offers cushioning for busy feet, while the chic travel bag makes travelling around easy and stylish. Powder pink and buttery tan hues vie for attention over on-trend pony skin finishes and premium slipper-styles in a collection that unites fashion with comfort.

With a style to suit every occasion – from pretty peep-toe flats for holiday strolls to metallic sandals for nights on the town – Butterfly Twists go with everything and are the perfect solution for women who want to travel in style.

Zante

Zante, Greece

This Ionian Sea paradise, known as Zakynthos in Greece, is a lush green island studded with olive groves, vineyards, picturesque mountain villages and secluded beach coves. Avoid the tourist hot spots of the eastern and south-eastern coast and instead head to the northern and southern capes for turquoise waters and a taste of authentic island life.

Essaouira

Essaouira, Morocco

The “windy city of Africa” has a relaxed, arty vibe, with surfers and painters drawn to its breezy coastline and beautiful architecture. It’s more laid-back than other Moroccan cities, but has the same charm, from its bustling walled medina (a Unesco World Heritage site) to narrow alleyways and a thriving harbour. Book in at the hammam or head into the desert for a unique adventure.

Cagliari

Cagliari, Sardinia

This ancient port is nestled in the beautiful Bay of the Angels (Golfo degli Angeli), with eight miles of aquamarine beach, picturesque bays and surrounding wilderness to explore. Don’t miss the famous flamingos that reside in the ponds and the  city’s picturesque palazzi, domes and white limestone walls and towers.

All shoes are available at Office and Joy; to see the full range visit Butterfly Twists

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