I Don't Wear Heels—It's All About This Practical Shoe Trend for Me
Yes, this early aughts trend is continuing its reign, and as someone who has no tolerance for high heels, it comes as a welcome addition to my shoe rack. As we see the ballet-flats trend growing there are so many new, fun iterations that will freshen up your warm-weather outfits. I'm looking to add a practical pair for commuting in the city and also for those days prior to my summer pedicure.
A few of the flats trends I'm adding to my wishlist are fluorescent hues, muted pastels, minimal square toes, sweet Mary Janes, and pretty satin fabrics. I'm already picturing these with midi sundresses, baggy denim shorts, and bright trousers.
I've shopped out 34 pairs I have my eye on as warm weather sets in. Shop along on a few of my favorites below.
These flats have deemed pistachio sorbet as the hue I need for spring.
These black satin flats hit on the "dark romance" trend dominating the runways.
Hot-pink flats are an energetic addition to your closet.
Silver flats nail both the metallic accessories and ballet-flats trends.
If anyone knows how to perfect ballet flats, it's Tory Burch.
Quintessential black flats in chic satin.
A modern, minimal silhouette for any occasion.
The easiest addition to your shoe wardrobe.
Zebra print is the best accent for a simple outfit.
White feels super fresh in a classic silhouette.
Mary Janes make for the cutest work shoes.
The pointed toes on these minimal flats are super chic.
Channel Wednesday Addams with these black Mary Janes.
These bright slip-on flats are definitely on my radar for spring.
These patent brown flats will pair effortlessly with your neutral looks.
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