It's the time of year when I begin my hunt for park-friendly, yet stylish, spring flats. Most afternoons, The Bug and I walk down to the neighborhood park. It's about a ten minute walk, so I need something with a high comfort factor, but I still want to look like the Cute Mom at the same time. I'm not really a tennis shoes kind of gal unless I'm in my workout gear. So, a ballet inspired flat usually fits the bill. Here are a few of my picks this season:
Gap City Flat. These flats are EVERYWHERE. Everyone seems to love them because they are very Lanvin inspired, but apparently super comfy. I love that they come in a kazillion colors. Thinking the gold is going to be my next purchase.
I adore Jack Rogers. I have 3 pairs of their iconic preppy Navajo sandal. The Slim Ballet Flat would be perfect for the spring season.
There's something about a huarache-inspired sandal that gets me every time. I think it's the wanna-be hippie in me. I think these Seychelles flats would look great dressed up with denim and slinky top, but play-date perfect with capris and a v-neck.
It wouldn't be a fashion post without something from J. Crew. To say I am obsessed with these Quorra flats is an understatement. I LOVE the die-cut leather and LOVE, LOVE that the pattern is teeny-tiny X's and O's. I used to own a pair of similar flats and I wore them to death. Perhaps a replacement is necessary?
What are your favorite spring flats?