Point-toe. Round-toe. Square-toe. Almond-toe. It’s so hard to keep up.
Suddenly point-toe flats feel fresh and chic, but my closet is full of their round- and almond-toe brethren. I really need to catch up.
This week one of my personal wardrobe wish list items is getting the “Under $100” treatment: chic point-toe flats. Each of these contemporary label finds has a sleek look that is fitting for an urban wardrobe dominated by neutrals. Self-serving, I know. But, I’m sure you’ll agree, these are all amazing sale finds. Check them out…
Shiny, smooth metallic leather will add a pop to slim black pants and a cozy knit for these last chilly winter days. This summer, try pairing them with a pencil skirt and shell top for work.
→ Buy the Joan and David Sharlin Metallic Leather Flats, $76.30 (was $140.00), at lastcall.com.
Spikes on shoes isn’t really a new thing anymore. But, the matte steel color of these studs feels a little more unique than the ubiquitous shiny gold embellishments, especially when paired with black suede.
→ Buy the Belle by Sigerson Morrison Varsha Studded Flats, $69.98 (was $195.00), at bluefly.com.
Part regular flats, part spring sandals, this Rachel Zoe find will be a favorite clear through the summer.
→ Buy the Rachel Zoe Isabel Calfskin T-Strap Flats, $97.30 (was $275.00), at lastcall.com.
Though not as shiny as the Joan and David flats above, these Joe’s Jeans metallic flats still pack quite a punch. They’re perfect for more casual ensembles, and available in both gold and silver.
→ Buy the Joe’s Jeans Leather Metallic Kitty IV Flats, $59.50 (was $115.00), at bluefly.com.
I’ve featured these DV by Dolce Vita flats before, as a “loving this week” pick. The love hasn’t faded. They’re available in solid black, white/ tan, and brown/ black.
→ Buy the DV by Dolce Vita Gavy Leather Flats, $76.99 (was $149.00), at saksoff5th.com.