Black Flat Boots
Buy Women's Black Flat Boots Online At Famous Footwear
We display our shoes in Australian (AUS) women’s shoe sizes which is the same sizing as American (US).
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Also remember your left and right foot will vary in length and width, so choose the size you think will be most comfortable for you.
Each shoe style is fit tested in Australia and we do everything we can to make a fit as close as possible to the correct AU standard sizing measurements.
Use these sizes and measurements as a guide only. You know your feet best!
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Frequently asked questions about black flat boots
Are black flat ankle boots appropriate for work?
Yes, black flat ankle boots are a perfect match for workwear. The low heels and classic colour give a more conservative and traditional feel, while the ankle length adds a point of interest to your outfit. Avoiding chunky ankle boots in a more formal setting is a good idea though, as these can come off as too casual.
Try pairing your black flat ankle boots with a business suit or dress suit in a corporate setting. Skinny pants or jeans with a nice blouse is always a winner for a relaxed office look, as is a nice knee-length or longer skirt.
What are the best flat black boots for everyday wear?
Flat black boots are perfect for those wanting style and comfort and there are only a few limitations to what they can be worn with. All flat boots work with skinny pants and mini or midi dresses and skirts (tights are optional), as well as shorts.
If you wear chunky flat ankle boots, such as Chelsea or combat boots, pair them with any type of skinny pants. Looser pants and maxi skirts work too, but just remember to keep your hemlines above your boot tops, or tuck your pants legs in.
How to make black boots look new
To keep your black boots looking new and sleek, the best advice is to avoid getting them dirty in the first place, so no puddle stomping! When your boots are new, coat them in a protective shoe spray that’s designed to repel stains and water. Re-spray them periodically and after cleaning, according to product instructions.
Regular gentle cleaning with a leather conditioning treatment will prevent cracking and fading, and preserve colour. If you end up with a scuff, you can use a coloured leather cream to spot-colour worn or damaged areas.