With over half a century of history, Dr. Martens is an iconic veteran British footwear and clothing brand. Dedicated to designing low shoes that are as durable as they are fashionable, their footwear is ideal for active people who need reliable smart or flat shoes when facing everyday life. From fashion-forward patterns to classic, clean models, Stylight's Dr. Martens multifunctional footwear makes for a comfortable, alternative pick for both daytime activities and nighttime parties.
How Low Can You Go in Low Cut Shoes
A low-cut shoe is more than just your standard sneaker. From wear-with-all slip-ons to updated lace-ups, low-cut shoes span a range of styles. Step up your shoe game when you stock up on the basics and select a few statement shoes to round out your collection.
With styles from barely-there ballet flats to ankle biting boots, we are breaking down our favorite low-cut style shoes.
Lace into a desert boot or pull on a short Chelsea style for ankle grazing boots that won’t constrain your calves. All the toughness of their taller counterparts, without the hassle, style these low-cut kicks with a pair of rolled up denim.
Borrowed-from-the-boys brogues are now a feminine favorite. From traditional lace-ups to updated cut away’s, slip into these moderately high, low tops to instantly elevate your look from casual to chic. Keep these dress shoes casual with high-waisted skinnies and a blousy white tee and bring it back to boyish with a pair of wayfarers.
Pumped up Plimsolls
Migrating towards the toes, for a low-cut sneaker you can slip-on, look to the plimsoll. For a particularly on-point style, choose a pair that combines sophisticated details with a sporty shape. Try a pair with a platform or pointed toe for a style that pumps up a basic plimsoll.
Getting Low in Loafers
No shoe collection is complete without a luxe loafer. Look for one with minimal details for a modern take on this classic low-cut. Bring structure to a fluid culotte and silky top with a heavy soled loafer for a look that mixes masculine and feminine.
Sly Smoking Slipper
Somewhere between a loafer and a ballet flat, a smoking slipper is a casual slip-on with an air of sophistication. Opt for a pointed toe in lush velvet for a shoe you can easily dress up or down. Achieve a corporate-cool ensemble when you pair a bright blue smoking slipper with a tapered trouser and blouse.
Barely-There Ballet Flat
For a shoe every woman needs a few of, the basic ballet flat is as low as you can go. A barely there ballet flat is an understated slip-on you can count on. Slide into a black patent pair for a stylish commute to your office or try a leopard print for an easy-to-wear statement shoe to complete your laidback weekend look.
Slide into a fresh pair of low-cut kicks for high-impact on your style. From basic to statement-making, these are the shoes you need to complete any outfit.