Spring Shoe Trends: Pointed Flats

I’m sure that there is more than one woman out there that admits to owning one too many pairs of shoes.  We all have our favorite styles, which is why I have a dozen booties.  One style I am seriously lacking at the moment is flats. You may not know this about me, but I have very long and narrow feet.  It can be hard for me to break in flats but, once I find ones that I love, I wear them to their breaking point.  Unfortunately at the moment, all of my favorites are too stretched out to wear and I am in the annoying situation of having to find new ones.  That brings us to today’s post.  Spring is the time to take those flats out of storage.  There is a plethora of fabulous designs that come in many different colors and patterns.  Flats are no longer your high heels’ sad little sister; these spring flats are on point and hold their own next to your sexiest pump.  I, for one, love the pointed style because they are sophisticated, chic, and comfy.  With these shoes you do not need heels to dress up an outfit.  Wear them with a flirty dress, skinny jeans, or a midi skirt.  The different outfit options are endless and I cannot wait to wear them all spring and summer long.  I rounded up my ten favorites and I can’t wait to hear from you which ones I should get.

Spring Shoe Trend: Pointed Flats

Spring Shoe Trend: Pointed Flats Spring Shoe Trend: Pointed Flats IN THIS POST:

Vince Camuto | Charles & Keith 

J.Crew | Asos 

Nine West | J.Crew Factory 

Halogen | Sole Society

 Everlane | Ann Taylor

 

 

 

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