On point flats

For the days when we want to look glam and full of panache, but want to switch from our sky-scraping heels to something more flat on the ground, there’s a range of stunning styles out there to channel. I like to think of these flats as heel-worthy shoes with the wow-factor to surpass our precious tall pumps when necessary. And for me, they must have pointed toes, as this shape exudes womanliness, sensuality and poise, as well as being able to give the illusion of longer and leaner legs, which our trusty heels would usually do.

We can easily stand out in our flats with the luxe styles below. They are all designer, which is reflected in the price-tags, but for me, I am always willing to spend more on shoes where I can, as the way a shoe fits and feels is prominent. Plus, every woman needs a special pair of pointed flats in her wardrobe, whether they’re for occasional looks, or everyday wear. And each time we come across flats with the potential to replace our high heels, let’s all remember the point. Happy shoe shopping!


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Christian Louboutin leather point-toe flats


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Christian Louboutin Pigaresille leather trimmed mesh point-toes flats



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Bionda Castana Denni black pointed leather flats



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Rochas crystal embellished leather point-toe flats 



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Valentino rockstud leather ballet flats



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Givenchy Piper stud embellished leather flats



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Malone Souliers Montana lace-up leather flats




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Paul Andrew suede point-toe flats


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Giambattista Valli Cavlin embellished leopard-print calf hair point-toe flats 



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