Flats

For the longest time I didn’t think much of flats. I always felt they were boring, unflattering, and they never made the cut into my wardrobe. When I pictured flats, I saw a plain, black ballet slipper that didn’t help my figure or outfit in any way. Back in high school and my early college years, my wardrobe consisted of two (loose) categories: sneakers and heels. I wore Converse or Vans to school and would put on heels whenever I went out. Since then, things have changed dramatically. Living in the city and dealing with public transportation made me dread high heels. Don’t get me wrong, I still love a good heel, but I needed something in between. Not to mention, I wanted to elevate my daily style without always feeling overdressed/uncomfortable. Insert flats. As I opened my mind, I started noticing a wide range of options that not only added to my outfit, but didn’t make my legs appear shorter than they are. I fell in love with so many different genres from a classic loafer to a pointy toe flat. Now I find myself wearing flats more than any other shoe style. Check out some of my favorite daily flats on the market:

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Everlane

 

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Jeffrey Campbell

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Lucky Brand

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Sam Edelman

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Topshop

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Halston

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Halston

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Everlane

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Frye

Flats, shoes, fancy, casual, comfortable

Nisolo

“A woman carries her clothes. But the shoe carries the woman.”  –Christian Louboutin

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