Ballet Flats With Straps

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Ballet flats with straps are the only ballet flats I can wear. So I am always on the hunt for them. Regular readers of my blog know I have mentioned this before. But my feet are not the same size, everyone has one foot that is slightly bigger or smaller then the other, but for me thanks to a childhood illness the size difference in my feet is a bit more pronounced. In addition to this my second toe is longer then my first toe, this makes wearing ballet flats quite the challenge. When I compensate for my bigger foot and longer second toe, then the shoes will literally fall off as I walk. When I compensate for my smaller foot and do not take in to consideration my longer second toe then the shoes are too tight to be comfortable. Thus I do not wear ballet flats. But ballet flats with straps? Yes please! I love the idea of ballet flats and how they look so it frustrates me that I can’t wear them, but luckily there are other people with similar problems to my own, and manufactures appear to be aware of this. No there is not quite the same selection as the non strap versions, but there are some. So when I come across a really cut pair you know their mine!

I love the idea of ballet flats and how they look so it frustrates me that I can’t wear them

I had coupon from DSW burning a hole in my pocket with a quickly approaching expiration date. So Friday evening after work I stopped in to the DSW on 34th street and I am happy to report I found these super fun, retro looking Franco Sarto sling back flats. They are currently available in DSW stores. But I found another a pair on the Franco Sarto site that I want as well. Oh boy! I purchased the seven as they are so pointy I wanted to go with bigger size to make sure my toes have enough wiggle room. I walked all over the store hoping to get an idea of how they will feel when I really start walking around in them. I think they should be fine, but you never know with shoes. And on that note I have a brand new (worn 4 times) pair of white and black Super Star Adidas sneakers that I am looking to sell. I need to get a bigger size. I compensated for my smaller foot, but unfortunately my larger foot is giving me grief. I am going to do a post on this next week. But for anyone who wears a six-six and a half I will be selling them for $40.00. So if this interests you shoot me an email. And do you do ballet flats? Do you have specific foot problems that prohibit you from wearing certain type of shoes? And how do you handle this?

XOXO
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16 Comments
  • Rachelle
    April 18, 2016

    I have a pretty good collection of flats and these are adorable. Love the straps.

    xo
    PinkSole

  • Jackie Harrison
    April 18, 2016

    The pointy shoes are stunning DSW is one of my favorite shoes stores to shop. I wish I was not a kid size in Adidas this is a great deal.

  • Shybiker
    April 18, 2016

    I love ballet flats with and without straps. Sorry to hear about your (more-than-usual) foot disparity. That certainly makes shoe-purchases harder. I don’t have that but my feet are larger than usual for a woman so finding size 12 is always a struggle.

  • Rowena
    April 18, 2016

    It’s good that you found a way to wear ballet flats. I think they’re cute with a strap and the slingback style that you just got is always in style. I can’t really wear heels anymore since my ankle injury but I don’t really mind since I always preferred flats and low wedges more anyway.

  • Monica
    April 18, 2016

    They look so chic and really comfortable. I love them:)
    xxM
    sunstreetbymonica.blogspot.com

  • Shireen L. Platt
    April 18, 2016

    I’m not sure if I ever told you this but I only started wearing flats after we moved to Canada. I much prefer wearing high heels to compensate my lack of height and I generally find heels make me look better but these days I live in flats due to practicality. One cannot argue that flats are good for chasing a two year old…you’ll be surprise how fast he can run.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

  • Lizza
    April 18, 2016

    So cute flats! Thanks for stopping on my blog =)

    xx LL

    http://www.lalouuula.com

  • Dressed2dNines
    April 19, 2016

    Those shoes are super cute! I want a pair..they are like a cross of ballet and Mary Janes!

    http://www.dressed2dnines.com

  • Nina
    April 19, 2016

    These flats look gorgeous.
    Nina
    http://www.ninasstyleblog.com

  • Style Tomes
    April 19, 2016

    The straps on these are perfect! I also like ballet flats that have elastic running around them for better fit (a la Lanvin).
    xo
    N
    Style Tomes ||ST on IG

  • elle the Elle Diaries
    April 19, 2016

    I also love that style, sort of a flat Mary Jane. I also like the strap for that reason. I have a similar pair in cherry red, that are fun to wear!
    xx Elle
    http://www.theellediaries.com/
    Enjoy this lovely week!

  • Akaleistar
    April 20, 2016

    Those flats are cute! The straps are lovely 🙂

  • molly
    April 20, 2016

    Love these flats! So cute.
    XO
    Molly
    http://www.trendychickadee.com

  • Angelina
    April 20, 2016

    I’m glad manufacturers have a wider audience in mind, I love wearing ballet flats as well. I have pretty tiny feet, so it can be hard for me to find styles that work as well, but DSW is a lifesaver!

    Angelina Is | Bloglovin’

  • Brown Eyed Toast
    April 20, 2016

    Straps to compensate for different size feet- what a clever idea! And I love DSW, they have such great shoe finds. These are perfect!

    xo Soo | http://www.BrownEyedToast.com

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