Evening Flats

Some women hate the idea of dressing up for a party because they'll be standing around in skinny heels all night. We live in a far less formal era of dressing, so there's no reason you can't wear flats for a New Year's dance. Plus, flats have an inherent casualness, so you can wear them with other outfits.
Topish: red suede with stripe bow, Pour la Victoire "Florette", Endless $130.17
black lace skimmer, Urban Outfitters $38
gold glitter flat with embellished buckle, Juicy Couture, Nordstrom $139.90
grey satin rose peep toe flats, Restricted "Love Story", Lori's Shoes $36
Middle area: glitter ballet flat, Nordstrom $49.95
silver mesh flat, oh...Deer! "Godiva", Endless $96.77 (FMF pick)
gold silk flat, Rocket Dog "Memories", Endless $39.95
Bottom? blue sequin, Shellys London "Luna", Endless $24.72
black bow flat, DV by Dolce Vita "Flora", Nordstrom $69.95
silver satin pleat skimmer, Urban Outfitters $34
red velvet flat with pleat detail, Bella Vita, Endless $55.97

Comments

I love the idea of evening flats. :) Especially for klutzes like me.

Or kitten heels!
BB said…
I love flats. They're awesome. The ones here are quite amazing =]
Rachel said…
Pretty! I need to invest in some high quality flats- I've yet to wear a pair of flats that doesn't give me a billion blisters :(
Jael Paris said…
Rachel, I have the same problem with flats! No arch support either. I'm thinking of getting some Cole Hanns.

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