Ever since Jenni Kayne launched a line of d'orsay flats a few seasons back, we have been obsessed with the look. The trend immediately flourished and other designers, like 3.1 Phillip Lim, jumped on board. This fall is the first season that we've seen budget-friendly styles, which makes us cash-strapped college girls very happy.
The d'orsay flat style features a covered toe and heel with no sides. These flats are more casual than a traditional loafer, but more intriguing than a typical ballet flat. D'Orsay flats are quite versatile, which makes them a stylish yet comfy footwear choice that can work with a variety of different outfits. Try pairing them with boyfriend jeans, a pencil skirt, or denim shorts for early fall.
Stuck on styling ideas? We would wear them like this...
Now we want to know your thoughts!
Are you a fan of the d'orsay flat? Would you wear them? If not, why not? If yes, how would you style them? Leave us a line below and let's discuss this shoe trend!