It’s almost ballet flats season. Well, ballet flats work all year and in different styles. Last year, it was all about ballet flats with laser design cutouts and thin lace-up. However, this season, it’s all about the look of traditional ballet flats with solid flat shoes and wide ribbons to lace-up up your ankle.
Ballet flats are shoe staples, because they are cute and comfortable. Other than being super comfortable, another great thing about ballet flats is that they are very versatile.You can pair them with dresses, short, or add a feminine look to your favorite well-worn boyfriend style jeans.
Although the lace-up ballet flats have the traditional style and design of ballet flats, they are available in different colors, fabrics, and textures. Personally, I’m crushing a pair of velvet ones, myself.
If you would like to get in on the lace-up ballet flats fun, check out these options I found that are not only cute and comfortable, but also very affordable.
Lace-Up Ballet Flats
- Degas Ballet Flats, $68, Free People
- Fallon Lace-Up Flat, $100, Sam Edelman
- Lace-Up Metallic Ballet Flats, $14.90, Forever 21
- Qupid Lace-Up Ballet Flats, $15, Charlotte Russe
- Flat Lace Up Ballerina Round Toe Ballet Flats, $24.99, Target
- Linguini Lace Up Pointed Ballet Flats, $34, ASOS