One of the trends I was most excited to try this fall was d’Orsay flats. I’ve seen them styled with skinny jeans and leggings on several blogs and loved the way the bloggers took a basic outfit and used these pointy little shoes to make it more interesting. Being a girl who loves her flats just as much as her heels, I knew d’Orsay flats would be the perfect addition to my fall shoe rotation.
After purchasing the Chinese Laundry ‘Easy Does It’ pair and playing around with different outfits, I realized the cutout flat is more versatile than I originally thought. You can wear them with a simple dress like Arielle from Something Navy, with skinny jeans, like Leandra from The Man Repeller, or even a maxi skirt like Emily from Cupcakes and Cashmere. Think of d'Orsays as the traditional pointed flat's more stylish sister and utilize the same pieces in your closet. And with their somewhat revealing shape, you can easily wear these flats all year round.
If you’re tired of the traditional ballet flat or just want to shake up your wardrobe, d’Orsay flats are the way to go! It’s one of the easiest ways to add an interesting element to even the most basic outfits.
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