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Walk a Mile in My Shoes

2010 March 29
by Jill

Despite the fact that the past few days in Boston have been as cold as winter, I have hope in my heart that spring weather will be here soon. Though I’ve worn both my snow boots and my rain boots in the past 3 days, I have flats on the brain. Specifically, cheap, comfortable flats in a neutral color. Here are a few options I am considering for when the weather finally warms up a bit:

Spring Flats
From top row, left to right:
American Eagle cut out flat: $30
Old Navy studded ballet flat: $24.50
Faith Avenicy  via ASOS pointed flats: $18.80
Yesstyle Smoothie studded flats: $32
Forever 21 Fern woven flats: $22.80
DKNYC Sadie skimmer flat: $40
Old Navy sandal flats: $15
Nine West Namely flats: $40
Jessica Simpson Belta flat: $50 (not really neutral, but I love the color and style)

*After I wrote this post, I took a walk to Berk’s in Harvard Square and scored some basic black flats for $13 to replace the ones I  have that are falling apart. I would still like some in brown or tan, but with the weather as it is now, I think I can wait for a few more weeks.

Which ones are your favorites?

3 Responses Post a comment
  1. Emily permalink
    March 29, 2010

    love the nine west flats and old navy flats! i may have to get a pair of one (or both) myself…

  2. March 29, 2010

    I love the purple ones, just because I could use something purple in my life lately. I need something practical, too…

  3. April 1, 2010

    The purple ones are divine! I’d love a pair of those. I have trouble wearing flats because I have long toes and high arches and these are a recipe for flats disaster, but every now and again I squeeze into a pair and subject my feet to torture for a few hours for the sake of looking adorable and dainty! Just got a pair of teal peep-toes from Le Target that have tiny bronze studs on them and can’t wait to wear them. I think peep-toes are more forgiving because they give my tootsies a little breathing room.

    Go get yourself more flats! :)

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