If you aren’t a stiletto wearing mama, then the idea of ballet flats are probably really appealing to you. Comfort is finally on-trend for a change and ballet flats are wear it starts.
There are many ways to jump on board with the other shoe trends while still wearing ballet flats. Choose colors like wine, burgundy, aubergine, eggplant, plum, and rich purples. Choose materials like patent leather, suede and velvet. You can also incorporate embellishments like studs, ruffles, buckles, buttons and even laces.
No matter which shoe trends appeal to you this season, most of them can be translated onto a comfortable ballet flat. This is great news for women who want to stay trendy and up-to-date, yet still wear sensible shoes they can run around in all day or chase a 2 year old in.
Like every Fall in the past, suede is in. It’s one of those rich, luxurious materials that just won’t go out of style. Go beyond your basic black suede and instead opt for rich colors like aubergine, burgundy, chocolaty browns, and deep purples.
L to R: daniblack Mira – $96, daniblack Marval – $165, Madden Girl Justinn – $50
Flats with studs are an easy way to give a fresh edge to your outfit. You can combine studded footwear with everything from jeans to skirts and dresses for contrast in style.
Cute ruffles on ballet flats are fresh and young and a great way to add interest to your outfit. Perfect paired with boyfriend jeans rolled up, skinny jeans, or dresses with cropped leggings.
Cute details like buckles, buttons, and even little laces add dimension to flats. These cute ballet flats above are all very budget friendly. Pair them with everything from skinny jeans to shorts and a cute top for a look that is very on-trend.
Do you wear ballet flats? What is your favorite style above?