COLLAGE A LA MODE – Loving Cap Toe Flats

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Lanvin leather ballet flat, $623
Salvatore Ferragamo red patent leather flat, £255
Repetto ballerina flat, $290
Kate Spade leather flat, $225
Giuseppe Zanotti leather flat, $595
Christian Louboutin silver flat, $925
Tod’s tods shoes, $316
Pied a Terre leather pumps, £95

I’m aware that the time of the season for little flats is probably still quite a few weeks away. In fact, the weather right now is cold and I heard on the news that there is snow in the forecast. However, I believe that our winter will be over before we know it and trust me I can’t wait. I also know that as soon as designers and retailers start saying “Spring!” You’re going to be dropping your down coat off at the dry cleaners for it’s annual re-fluff in preparation for the months ahead.

Anyways, cap toes! I have a feeling they’re going to be a thing next season, so why not start planning and admiring the pairs of cap toe shoes that you want. You might have to wait till May before you are able to wear them but atleast you will know which ones you want to get. Or you can just trot around your house in them when you have people of for dinner and drinks.

Here’s a few reasons to cap things off next season:

1. A cap toe dresses up a flat shoe for work which I love since I can’t wear heels every day of the week.
2. You can integrate bright colors, neons or pastels into a look without fully commiting to one of them.
3. Two tone is always better than one.
4. A cream-and-black version will give you a sophisticated Chanel look without having to wear a terrible knock-offs.

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