M&S Releases Six New Shades Of Nude Shoes

Retailers are realizing the importance of cultural diversity and catering to the needs of every colour
ByPallavi Melwani Thursday , 09 August 2018
M&S Releases Six New Shades Of Nude Shoes

Every woman needs a pair of nude heels - it’s a fashion staple, a timeless investment and they will never cease to disappoint you because they can be worn with every outfit.

But what’s better than a pair of nude heels? A rainbow of nude heels. There isn’t one shade of nude, so we clearly need different shades of nude heels.

Marks and Spencer has launched a new collection of its best-selling court shoes in six different shades of nude, allowing customers to find the best shade for them.

The heels are available in two different styles, the platform court shoes and point toe court shoes.

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And if you were worried that they’d cost an arm and a leg, think again. They are for sale at an affordable rate of Dhs195 and Dhs160 respectively.

The heels are Insolia, a design component approved by UK College of Podiatrists, which makes the heels more ergonomically friendly. In short, it’s safe to say that these shoes can be worn all day without compromising on comfort.

However, M&S isn’t the first brand to notice the need for this diversity… In 2016, Christian Louboutin released nude shoes that matched all skin tones from ‘porcelain’ to ‘deep chocolate’ for which they received a lot of praise.

One user even noted at the time, “They may ‘only’ be shoes but you’re making a difference by designing and retailing inclusiveness and diversity.”

INFO: From Dhs160, marksandspencers.com

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