Falling For Flats
While we’d never pledge allegiance to just one type of shoe, and we love all heel heights (as our shoe collection makes clear), flats are a perennial favorite for their comfort and versatility. If you need to add a few more flats to your footwear roster, we’ve handpicked a few standouts for this season.
Every gal needs a pair of go-anywhere flats that can be worn with just about anything, and this cute suede Vera Wang pair ($175) fits the bill. We’re partial to the soft, sunrise pink, but these fab flats also come in black, camel and lavender.
If you feel like adding a feminine twist to an outfit, we suggest starting with this pretty pair of quilted leather off-white ballet flats with a bow and stud detail at the toe ($40). Wear them with jeans to dress up your denim or pair with a pencil skirt for work.
Bring the bling
Studs are a fall style must and what better way to wear them than on your feet? We were immediately intrigued by this eye-catching pair of Betsey Johnson black suede loafer-like flats featuring all-over crystal studs ($90). Wear these sparkly suede shoes with anything you want to add interest to.
Patent and pointed
There’s something extra elegant about pointed toe flats and we’re partial to this oh-so-chic black patent pair that we’ll be putting into heavy rotation this fall ($188). In fact, we may just pick up the vibrant persimmon pair, too.
Reptile print is another cool weather trend we love, especially when it comes to footwear. This fall, trade bland ballet flats for something a little bolder, like this pair of Diane von Furstenberg flats featuring fuchsia python print and a heart-shaped buckle at the toe ($361).
For those days where you just feel like wearing something a little different on your feet, you need a shoe that gets noticed. Our pick? This leather crocodile print pair with a side zip and pointed toe ($273). While they are a bit on the pricier side, these burgundy beauties really are a statement-making shoe that can pull an outfit together.
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