Ballet pumps and flat shoes are such an important staple as they are the kind of shoes you wear on a day to day basis whether going for a casual lunch or within the office. Not only must they fit correctly, but they must also be sturdy enough to withstand the constant friction against the floor and gritty surfaces- there is nothing worse than a worn out flat heel. It is worth investing in a good quality pair of ballet pumps which will last you a long time or else you could end up spending more money in the long run having to replace cheap shoes frequently. Here is a list of our favourite flats this decade
Dior J’adior Ballet pumps in technical canvas £560
These shoes are a timeless classy shoe that is worth investing in. They can be worn with any outfits from casual to formal.
Russell and Bromley Quilted Ballet Flats £185
If you don’t want to splurge on a pair of designer flats, these quilted pair from Russell & Bromley are a great alternative.
Chanel- Leather ballet flats £560
This beautiful pair by Chanel are a timeless wardrobe accessory which are extremely comfortable and chic.
Tory Burch Minnie Travel Ballet pumps £225
These gorgeous leather pumps are excellent quality and are super chic. If you don’t wan’t to splurge a huge amount on flats, this is definitely a great alternative.
Jimmy Choo- GALA Black Flora Lace Painty Flats- £495
These lace beauties are definitely a great alternative to heels on a dinner night with the girls. The are also excellent to wear in the office.
Manolo Blahnik Hangisi £750
These are definitely the creme de la creme of flat shoes. The distinctive Swarovski motif is eye catching and the satin is absolutely stunning. These are a beautiful shoe to wear on different occasions from weddings to breakfast mornings at Cafe de Paris.
Hobbs- Women’s Prior Ballerina Zebra- £69
These shoes are super cute and are versatile. The Zebra print can be worn with many plain colours and in many settings.