Post # 16
I like Clarks. Mine felt really tight at first, as in almost too small, but after they were broken in, they stretched out and were so comfortable and supportive. I have a couple of pairs that I can wear for long walks around the city in the summer with no problems.
Post # 17
- Wedding: September 2005 - A Castle
Tieks, but there is no arch support if that’s really important to you. It’s more like you’re barefoot. I love them; they were the first ballet flats I bought that didn’t require a break in period, didn’t give me blisters, or didn’t require a heel pad to keep from slipping off.
Post # 18
GearBride : do you have a referral code? I think I’m going to pull the trigger 👍🏼
Post # 19
glitterati : I’m sorry! I just saw this. I’ll PM you a code just in case you haven’t bought them yet.
Post # 20
Following! I have the same issues with the toebox.
Post # 21
Toms! I wear them almost every day, and I’ve never found another flat that doesn’t hurt after awhile. Flats normally kill my toes and cause blisters around my heel.
Post # 22
ANY flats? Or like… office flats?
Because for the office I LOVE Tory Burch flats
They are the only sheos that dont cut up my heel