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Head over heels for Scandinavian style? Swedish shoe makers Ten Points should be high on your radar. Muted colours, chunky soles and minimalist designs are what this label does best. Each pair is handmade in Europe from sustainable materials and fairly traded - looking good and doing good, girlfriend.

Quality, comfortable and contemporary footwear from Ten Points

Since launching its first collection in 1983, Ten Points has become one of Sweden's best-selling footwear brands. Natural materials play a huge role in the collection, with chunky wooden soles and soft leather uppers a key style to look out for. Neutral colours dominate the edit, with pastels, metallics and rich hues adding a nod to what's happening on the catwalk. The label's clog-like heels make a playful addition to your shoe rack. Wear them with a pair of cropped jeans and a long-sleeved Breton top for a laid-back weekend look that's ideal for catching an arty foreign film at your local cinema. When the weather's lovely, they're also perfect for the park - wear with a jersey maxi dress, a denim jacket and a straw hat for those sunshine vibes. Pack a picnic of homemade food or pick up some artisan goodies and you've got Scandi outdoor living nailed.

Simple Scandinavian style with a colourful twist: Ten Points

The sleek lines and understated colour of Ten Points boots make them perfect for the office, especially during the colder months of the year. For smart-casual workplaces, tuck a pair of black skinny jeans into your boots. Add a long-sleeved ruffle top and a rose-gold wrist watch to finish the outfit, ideal for swanning into meetings, organic coffee in hand. Colourful pieces from the Ten Points collection were made for the weekend. Choose a pastel pair and team them with culottes, a slogan T-shirt and a tartan scarf for a casual look that's perfect for exploring your local flea market. Now get haggling.

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