I haven’t posted anything recently and it’s mainly due to the fact that my life has been extremely hectic over the last couple of weeks with preparations for one of my best friend’s weddings (which occurred over the Memorial Day weekend). Though, it’s already Friday – I didn’t want to go another week without posting something so I thought I’d do a simple piece on a question that I’m always getting – Where do I find nude flats?
I mentioned in my Chic Essentials post that nude flats are an absolute must-have in your closet because they go with everything. When you’re looking to find nude shoes – don’t just look for the color nude written on the box. This category consists of various different colors – tan, beige, toffee, bone, taupe and blush are just some of the other colors. I recommend buying patent shoes because they look more sophisticated and last a long time.
I did some on-line hunting (which I don’t recommend unless you’ve already tried the shoe on in the store to see if the color and fit are right) and found some nude flats to give you an idea of where you can find this item. I don’t like to post designer pieces on my blog – frankly, they’re expensive, no one can really afford them and you can definitely find them somewhere else for much cheaper. Note that the Steve Madden flats are a bit on the pricier side however they really are amazing shoes and last a long time, so the money might just be worth it. If you’re really lucky you might be able to pick them up at Ross, Marshalls, or TJ Maxx for a lot cheaper (usually $15.00 – $25.00).
Here are some stores (including the ones above) that are great at carrying nude flats or even heels: Steve Madden, DSW, Charlotte Russe, Target, ALDO, Payless Shoe Source, Bakers, Ross, Marshalls, TJ Maxx, Kohl’s, Banana Republic, GAP, Nine West and ZARA.