The shoes, we mean. Go for a shade close to your own skin tone to make it look like an extension of your legs. If it works on heels, it'll work on flats, too.
2. Flats with a low vamp
A shoe with a low-cut vamp allows you to show more of your feet, visually lengthening your legs and making them look longer and slimmer.
3. Solid, structured shoes
Shoes with a sturdier shape take the attention away from chunkier calves and ankles. Avoid delicate styles like ballet flats as they can add weight to your legs and make them look heavier. Try masculine cuts like brogues and loafers.
4. Pointy tips
Round-toe shoes can have a shortening effect that makes your legs look stumpy. Pointed toes help to lengthen your feet, although you might want to skip this tip if you have a larger foot - pointy flats might make them look disproportionately long.
5. Strip the strap
Ankle straps visually bisect the legs and add weight to your ankles. Flats with lots of strap details only disrupt your lean, leggy look.
6. Have your hemline above the knees
Pairing flatties with shorter hemlines gives the most exposure to your legs while remaining office-friendly.
7. Expose your ankles
They're the most underrated part of your body - draw attention to them!