As I've mentioned before on the blog, my favorite flats are my Tory Burch Revas which I own in black, and recently purchased in a tan snakeskin. Yes, these flats are pricey, but I subscribe to the "cost per wear" idea and I've definitely gotten my money's worth (and more) with these flats. I recently wore the black ones to photograph a wedding and after 8+ hours on my feet, I had no blisters and no pain. As I said, I love these flats.
I realize that the TB flats aren't in eveyone's budget, and I have plenty of inexpensive flats in my closet as well, so here are some of my other picks (all under $150):
I don't own any lace flats but when I saw these in a recent advertisement, I fell in love. Click HERE for a less expensive option from Charlotte Russe (also seen in the widget at the bottom of the post).
I have a pair of simliar leopard flats that I bought at Target three or four years ago. I love them and these Old Navy flats are a great alternative.
Need some basic black flats? I love this simple pair from Gap, and the price is right too. They come in a bunch of colors if you want to branch out a little.
If you like the snakeskin TB flats above but aren't convinced they're worth it (or maybe they aren't in your budget at the moment), try this slightly less expensive pair from Steve Madden.
I love these studded flats from Target after seeing them on Chloe, and they remind me of a simple, flat version of the studded Valentino heels she just bought.
I'm a little embarrassed to admit this, but maybe I'm not the only one. I've found that when photographing families in the chilly fall weather or just running errands on the weekend, there's nothing better than a cozy pair of moccasins. I have a similar pair to these Xhilaration mocs from Target that I've been wearing to death lately. Throw on a sweater or a long sleeve tee and a cute scarf along with some jeans and you've got yourself a cozy weekend ensemble.
Can't get enough flats? Check out some more of my picks in the widget below...