6 Pairs Of Flats Under $60 To Help You Survive The Office
A pair of sexy stilettos might give you that added height, but let’s admit it—they’re not exactly super comfortable to wear. Which is why we all love a pair of flats. Comfortable and reliable, flats have grown as a statement style staple in recent years, showing fashionistas that one doesn’t need to wear heels to be a full-fledged trendsetter.
Trust us, flats can be chic and, we dare say, worn even on a night out. From luxury designer shoes to those that are solid and affordable, here are our picks of the latest and trendiest flat shoes that’ll provide comfort to your soles after a day of work. And they all cost under $60.
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Leather backless flat slides with bow details, $59.90, Mango
This cute pair of sliders add a pop of personality to any outfit, whether it be a billowy sun dress or a sweater-denim combo.
Two-toned ballerina flats, $55.90, Zara
Ballerina flats are closet staples, but go for something in two tones to keep it fresh.
Tweed flat shoes, $59.90, Zara
Tweed shoes can make you look like a prim schoolmarm, so brighten this pair up by donning a baby blue short-sleeve shirt and a yellow midi skirt.
Pointed-toe buckle flats, $49.90, Charles & Keith
We’re loving the deep green hue of this pair. The dainty ankle buckles give these otherwise typical pumps a refreshing boost.
Lace-up bow slingback flats, $53.90, Charles & Keith
Do it like the French girls and wear this girly pair of printed flats with a navy blue striped T-shirt and white jeans.
Pointed-toe patent ballerina flats, $46.90, Topshop
You will not be able to resist clicking your heels three times with this pair of red patent soles.
Text: Sean Tham