I’ve often featured cute vintage inspired heels here on the blog, but every time I do I hear from women who can’t wear heels, whether for health reasons or for lack of balance and will to torture oneself just to appear a little taller. I often feel most stylish when I’m able to finish off an outfit with a great pair of heels, but for practical reasons these days I feel the inclination to do that less and less socially. As such, I’ve been on a slightly obsessive hunt the last few months to find as many interesting pairs of flats as I can so that I can complete my outfits in both comfort and style without feeling I’m sacrificing any of the latter by sidestepping my heels.
It’s somewhat alarming how many pairs I’ve accumulated in such a short period of time, but it’s nice when other women see a pair of my flats and excitedly ask where they can find them to buy for themselves. Nothing I love more than helping unite a woman with an item of clothing or an accessory that’s going to make her life brighter or easier, and flats, especially, definitely do the latter.
So in the spirit of helping your feet, as well as helping my wallet by circumventing my need to shop solely for myself, here as some of the prettiest flats I’ve found recently, in a range of styles and prices, all of which would be a cute finishing touch for many a vintage outfit!
Charlie Stone Shoes
Miss L Fire
George @ Asda
There are also some super cute options on Modcloth, but as a EU resident I can’t currently access their website because they’ve closed off access to EU customers until they’re compliant with the new GDPR regulations, meaning I can’t access photos, let alone post links. The Turn Back Prime vegan t-bar flats are available in several colours, though, and their Marigold (mustard) pair are one of my favourites.
There we have it! Can you see any pairs you’re eager to get your happy little feet into? The Charlie Stone Toscanas are currently top of my wishlist!