Peep any It girl's paparazzi photos, and you'll notice their street styles have one thing in common: They're wearing flats. Yep, it's a flat-shoe fall, and I'm living for it. And no one does flats like Rothy's. There's a 100% chance you've seen fashion influencers singing the praises of the brand's cute and comfy shoes on social media. Rothy's is known for outrageously comfortable shoes that are machine washable (yes, you read that right) and more sustainably made. (Over 166 million single-use bottles have been used to make its shoes and accessories.) All of its shoes come in a variety of colors, so there are endless styling possibilities. And while the brand has an array of effortlessly cool styles—sneakers, boots, slip-ons—I'm leaning into flat-shoe fall and rounding up my favorites. Keep scrolling to see the shoes you're going to want to get your hands on this season.
Ah, ballet flats—arguably the shoe of the year. It's the always classic, dress-it-up-or-dress-it-down shoe that just doesn't miss. Like I mentioned, Rothy's has its fair share of flat shoes, but this is the first year that the true ballet flat has entered the roster. And it does not disappoint. While I want every single pair, red is the color of the moment, so the cherry-hued flat is an unstoppable pick.
I love loafers, but my one qualm with this style is that it always takes me so long to break in. That's why I'm excited to get my hands on a pair of Rothy's loafers, which offer immediate comfort—no break-in necessary. The brand has so many loafers (the Lug Loafer and the Driver are worth checking out), but the Almond has to be my favorite. It has a flexible back and super-cushiony insole that makes every step easy. I can't wait to style these with some ankle socks and a miniskirt for a modern take on the preppy trend.
The Point flats are iconic at Rothy's, and their relaunch this fall is everything. The best-selling shoe has an even better fit than before and features a roomier toe box and added elastic at the topline. I love the extra-sharp point on this shoe, and it's definitely something I'll be dressing up for fall in place of a heel. I can see this with a maxi dress for a holiday party or even some trousers and a blazer for an office meeting.