These Chic But Comfy Ballet Flats Will Take You From Summer To Fall

They’re forever classic.

IMO, dancer-inspired slippers are an equally elegant alternative to heels — and in some ways, even more chic. Plus, in the midst of high summer, they are an easy transitional fall shoe you can start wearing now without completely overheating. To wit, click through to shop the best ballet flats of 2022 so far.@sarahflint_nyc
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Sarah Flint
Natalie Ballet Flat
Ahem, Daphne Bridgerton wants her ballet flats back! Wear this Sarah Flint lavender design all year long, with a white faux fur coat in winter and cream jeans in the summer.
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In addition to its line of everyday shoes, Bloch also crafts practice and performance slippers for dancers all over the world. So, if you’re really trying to authentically live out your ballerina dreams without, you know, actually doing ballet, these are a fantastic option.
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The Demi
If these shoes don’t make you feel like a Parisian on a baguette run, nothing will. Pair them with your favorite jeans and black tank top (and perhaps a wicker bag?) and let the French girl vibes flow.
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Inject some color into your summer, or even autumn, wardrobe with these ballet flats from Italeau. Who needs red stilettos when you’ve got these stunning ruby babes?
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Tory Burch
Wrap Ballet
Team these lime green dreams with your favorite black summer dress for a modern take on the LBD. Bonus points for matching chartreuse accessories.
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The Flat
These nude flats from Rothy’s will go with any aesthetic you’re channeling. Plus, they’re sustainable: Each set is made from a signature Rothy’s thread spun from single-use plastic bottles.
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Christian Louboutin
Hot Chickita Pointed Toe Flat
Who says the Louboutin red-bottoms are exclusive to heels? I’m adding these because I still want to look like Miranda Priestly, just without the ankle pains and blisters.
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Sam Edelman
Michaela Mary Jane Flat
Mary Janes have and will always be a part of my wardrobe. These off-white Sam Edelman flats are giving major coastal grandmother vibes and I’m so here for it.
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These square-toe, V-cut flats are a dream for a denim-lover like me. Use them to turn all your Canadian tuxedos up a notch.
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Take your neutral game to the next level by swapping these soft blush beauties in for something in tan.
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Jimmy Choo
Sabine Flat
These Jimmy Choo flats combine my two favorite things: pearls and comfortable feet. Brides-to-be out there, I highly recommend getting these for dancing at your reception.
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I’d lean in hard to the Black Swan mood here and pair these slippers with a bodysuit and a slick-backed bun.
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If you need a baby heel to elevate your look, these sage green ballet flats from Ballerette are definitely the way to go. Pair them with a mini skirt and a corset top for an authentic cottagecore look.
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These Roger Vivier ballerina flats feel like something Carrie Bradshaw would wear when taking a break from heels (probably with a giant Vivienne Westwood ball skirt, right?).
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Buy these shining stars now while they’re on sale and make them go-to shoe for your fall. You can pair them with jeans for more of a casual, model off-duty look or a pencil skirt and blazer for top-tier office fashion.
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