Flat shoes are always in use. However, predictable classical ballet flats have long been sore and terribly bored. Another thing is the growing popularity of ballet flats with a pointed toe and other variations on the theme: pointed slippers, shoes. Designers today are experimenting with the usual shape of ballet flats: trimming the edges, removing the heel, cutting out the center, adding lacing that resembles ribbons on pointe shoes. We've put together 14 pairs of flat-toed shoes that are most comfortable for getting around town.
We see an extremely successful pair of pointed ballet flats at the French brand Giambattista Valli. And the main thing in it is the material. The shoes are made of blended tweed, melange, and are directly loaded onto a Chanel tweed jacket as a set.