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Flats have become very popular in the past few years-from formal black to animal prints, to glitter, this shoe is the perfect solution to the woman who doesn’t feel comfortable in heels or the working woman who wants to change up her wardrobe. Ballet flats date back to the 16th century and were made popular in the 1950s by Audrey Hepburn. They are not only stylish, but also very versatile!
Ballet flats are also a great solution for tired feet at weddings. Whether the bride wants to don a pair herself or pass them out to the bridal party, this shoe is perfect for tired feet. Switching from heels to flats doesn’t just have to be for the bride or her bridal party either. Brides can leave a basket full of flats at the entrance of the reception area for guests who’s feet may get tired from dancing.
Black slip-on flats, made by Dr Sscholls are available at Target (http://www.target.com/Dr-Scholls-Fast-Flats-Size/dp/B0040BGK6S/ref=sc_qi_detaillink) and many other drug stores and foldable ballet flats by AfterHeelz (http://www.afterheelz.net/store/Scripts/default.asp) come with a cute bag, while The Dessy Group (http://www.dessy.com/accessories/Duchess-Bridesmaid-Ballet-Flat?gclid=COOAobLU4qoCFYcZQgodeRDS6g) makes more up-scale flats that can be made in any color to match any wedding theme.