What We’re Loving: Slip-On-And-Go Flats

High-heels are fabulous. They make your legs look great and add an air of confidence, but sometimes they’re just not practical. When you need to look put-together, but can’t be slowed down by your footwear, flats are the solution.

Invest in the perfect pair of go-to flats that you can throw on and be out the door in seconds, without sacrificing style. Here are a few of our favorites we’re eyeing this fall.

Ava Ballerina Flat, Nisolo $128

You’ll never regret investing in a pair of simple, nude ballerina flats. These cuties can be worn with everything in your wardrobe: from dresses to slacks, skinnies to skirts and anything in between.

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The Chelsea Boot, Everlane $235

The Chelsea style boot is here to stay. Classic design sans zippers means you can slide these on with ease. The burgundy leather is the perfect shade for countless color combinations without being a true neutral.

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Paloma, Fortress of Inca $225

These two-toned beauties are a slightly different take on the oxford. The dark navy leather can pass for blue or black and the caramel color is perfect for fall. Pair these with ankle-bearing pants for a playful look.

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Washed Leather Walker Sneaker, Eileen Fisher $195

The athleisure style is going strong which makes a clean-lined tennis shoe a staple in any wardrobe. Find a pair that is made of quality material without brand-name labels to ensure long-time wear that can be mixed-and-matched with casual and dressier outfits.

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Show us your footwear! Tag us on social so we can see what go-to flats you’re wearing. #LIFCommunity #fashionfriday

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