M&S is releasing a new range of court shoes in SIX different shades

There’s one to suit everybody!

Jessica B

No wardrobe is complete without a pair of nude-toned court shoes. Just ask everyone from the Duchess of Cambridge to Lorraine Kelly – most of our favourite celebrities are regularly spotted wearing the style, as the classic yet versatile look goes with most outfits as well as hitting that not-too-glam, not-too-casual sweet spot. In addition, the design totally transforms your leg shape, making them appear longer and slimmer. And now you'll have no excuse not to have a pair tucked away in your wardrobe either, as high street heroes M&S have just announced its releasing a super-inclusive New Nudes range, featuring six different shades of nude in two of its best-selling court shoe styles.

The point toe version cost just £19.50 a pair

The shades include light caramel, light pink, taupe, dark taupe, mocha and espresso, meaning there should be a shade to compliment every skin tone. They're all available in both classic platform and point court styles, and contain patented Insolia®, which M&S claims "redistributes your weight away from the balls of your feet, reducing pressure and increasing ankle stability, allowing you to wear your heels comfortably all-day long".

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And better yet, they're super affordable – the platform style retails at £25 a pair and the point toe at just £19.50, and they're available in sizes 3-8. A spokesperson for the retailer described the shoes as "the perfect leg lengthening accessory to finish any outfit". The brand is following in the heels of fellow high street store Dune, which earlier this year launched an inclusive range of nude courts featuring shades such as Fair Nude, Blush, Honey, Almond, Noisette and Espresso. However, they're slightly more expensive than M&S's offerings, coming in at £70 a pair.

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Also flying the flag for inclusivity are pop sensations Little Mix. Earlier this month the band announced they will be launching a cosmetics line, and promised it will cater to every skin colour. Nice work, girls!

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