While trendy shoes may come and go, a classic style will be one you reach for season after season. And Angelina Jolie's latest look further proves that Everlane's flats are one of those timeless pairs worthy of a spot in your wardrobe. Already beloved by shoppers (it has just under a 5-star rating and has been reviewed by over 300 customers), The Editor Slingback is now officially celebrity approved.
Known for serving up stylishly understated looks, Jolie was recently spotted in the black version of the $155 suede flats. While on a shopping trip in Los Angeles with her daughter Vivienne, the actress paired the sleek, pointy-toe slingbacks with a cap-sleeve, midi dress in a solid neutral shade to create an outfit that was effortlessly elegant. She completed the streamlined look with a structured Celine clasp handbag and oversized sunglasses.
An elevated alternative to a pair of sneakers, the wallet-friendly flats can be worn for daytime jaunts (à la Jolie), as well as to the office and for evening events — especially if you want to forgo a higher heel. The 100-percent Italian suede flats also come in four other colors in addition to black; you can take your pick from a neutral light tan, a dusty rose, and a warm mustard shade. Or, you can opt for the vibrant red hue that was spotted on Meghan Markle while she toured South Africa.
This was not the first time Jolie has turned to the direct-to-consumer brand for chic closet staples either. This past spring, she was seen sporting The Drape Trench Coat, $148, while out and about. Clearly, the brand's modern, minimal aesthetic fits in well with her timeless wardrobe. So, keeping that in mind, it seems like it's only a matter of time before she's snapped in another Everlane find. What makes it that much more exciting is the fact that Everlane's celeb-approved pieces come with an affordable price tag.
Ready to scoop up a pair of slingbacks for yourself? Continue on to shop Jolie's versatile black set, and head over to Everlane to view the other available colorways.
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