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Unique Flats For Fall 2016

So you may have noticed that in most of my style pics, I'm in flats instead of heels or wedges. Don't get me wrong, I love a little bit of height as much as the next gal. But running around with my six month old in one arm and heavy bags in the other typically requires stability so my flats and sneakers are getting a lot more usage at the moment than y adorable heels. I'm currently looking at a few different styles to incorporate into my Fall wardrobe, a few of which I've decided to share with you here. So here we are, my picks for Fall 2016 flats that WON'T break the bank (seriously! Most of these styles are UNDER $100)

(Photo Credit: Shoedazzle)

Love this pair from Shoedazzle. Technically; they're not flats but they were too cute not to include! Love the cutouts on either side (these would look amazing with a pair of cropped jeans!) and the rich caramel color.

(Photo Credit: 7 Dial Shoes)

 Okay, again, not technically flats, but I love the beautiful olive color on this pair! So on trend for Fall.

(Photo Credit: Nine West)
(Photo Credit: Nine West)

What a fresh twist on the classic loafer. And that little gold heel is EVERYTHING!

asos 2016 fall flats(Photo Credit: Asos)


ASOS regularly comes through with fun, interesting flats and this pair is no different. UNDER $50!!

Modcloth Fall flats 2016(Photo Credit: ModCloth)

Mustard is one of Pantone's color picks for Fall 2016, and I can see why; this color is soo flattering. Can't wait to pair with a nice oxblood skirt or maybe a pair of fun pants.


Leopard print flats

(Photo Credit: Amazon)

So of course I had to include Leopard, this print is ALWAYS on trend! Found this lovely D'Orsay pair from Donald Pliner on Amazon.

Nordstrom Fall flats 2016(Photo Credit: Nordstrom)

Okay, so last but not least. They technically WILL break the bank, but these gorgeous statement flats are so worth it. Perhaps for your next birthday gift?


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