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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Show Us How to Wear Flats

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Show Us How to Wear Flats

June 20152429Views

Ashley-and-Mary-Kate-Fkats-On-Red-CarpetI’ve always been a fan of sporting flats, after all, you never know when a mission will call for a quick getaway and a chic pair of flats might be just what’s needed to avoid a fashion faux pas. Recently, fashion icons and twin designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were spotted at the CFDA Awards, where The Row designers received the coveted Womenswear Designer of the Year. They walked the red carpet in head-to-toe black and wore, flats! Yep, you read right.

When most glam girls are opting for stealthy stilettos for their red carpet moment, the designing duo showed us how to wear flats on the red carpet. They wore cap-toe and slipper styles that were a nice complement to their looks. Now the only burning question in my mind is who were they by – Chanel, Lanvin, Jimmy Choo, or maybe even Louboutin. And we all know, whether they’re heels or flats, a girl loves her Loubies. On my radar are the Christian Louboutin ‘Gwalior’ flocked glittered leather pointed-toe flats with leopard-print velvet and a tassel embellishment. I have a tuxedo blazer that would pair perfectly with these!

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How To Wear Flats

  • For dressier occasions, go with ornate styles and designs with embellishments and/or prints.
  • For the appearance of longer legs, wear pointed-toe styles.
  • For wider feet, try rounded and squared-toe styles.
  • For arch support, insert orthotic insoles.

Image source: harpersbazaar.com

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Hello Agents of Chic, I'm your source for chic style and entertainment intel on fashion, film, and pop culture. From fashion trends and beauty products to movie reviews and celebrity interviews, I'm on a mission to uncover the chicest. A few faves on my radar include whimsical clutches, embellished flats, and gourmet macarons.

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