My immense love for Sarah Flint is no secret. I’ve been a fan of her shoes for years now. The quality is incredible and her shoes are the perfect blend of comfortable and sexy. Especially her perfect pump 85! In olden days that pump was my everyday go to shoe. I want my legs to look amazing but I also want to be able to walk to the subway and stand all night because what’s the point, otherwise? I’ve never been the girl who packs her heels in a separate bag or does the whole “cab to curb” thing.
Her shoes are made in Italy using the highest quality materials and the same factories of some designer shoes that easily cost double the price. If I could only wear one shoe designer for the rest of my life, it would be Sarah Flint hands down. Her pumps! Her boots! All of it.
A New Fav Pair of Flats…
While I have not been wearing my heels as much as usual (don’t worry: they are safely stored and patiently waiting to make their comeback), my latest Sarah Flint fav is this beautiful cap toe flat. This is actually Sarah’s first round-toe ballet flat. Sarah was directly inspired by ballerina’s pointe shoes which led to that iconic squared round-toe shape.
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I just love those covered buttons! These flats come in sand, pink, and black.
They’re all made from Nappa, which is the softest leather AND the soles have 3mm of memory foam cushioning. I have and love the sand, but the pink has a very cool charitable element. It is actually a limited edition was made in collaboration with the American Ballet Theatre in New York City. 100% of the net proceeds of the Sacchetto Ballet Flat in Petal Pink will go to the ABT Women’s Movement, which supports the creation of new works by female choreographers!
Also, a quick word about sizing.
I personally find Sarah Flint to be very true to size. I am an 8.5 in most shoes (if it’s a whole sizes only scenario, I almost always size down to an 8) and wear a 39 in her shoes across the board, EXCEPT in flats which I size up to a 39.5. And I do find that flats tend to pinch my feet a little (not just these, any flats) so I pretty much always go up 1/2 size in flats. (This is just my experience but I hope it’s helpful!)
Thank you to Sarah Flint for sponsoring this post // photo by Allie Provost.