If you’ve seen an of my recent #OOTD posts on Instagram, then you’ll have recognized the stars of today’s post. Yes, today for Style Monday I’m talking specifically about my Kate Spade Nude Bow Flats. I had been looking for a pair of nude flats for what felt like forever and was having literally no luck finding any. I have notoriously tiny feet and finding shoes that fit me and don’t cost a fortune is somewhat like winning the lottery. So when I (finally) came across these perfectly fitting Kate Spade beauties for $100 in Saks Off Fifth a few weeks ago, I swiped them up instantly. The best part about nude flats? They go with literally everything. Here’s my Kate Spade nude flats three ways:
Nude Flats for the Weekend
Take your weekend outfit from boring to pulled together in one easy step. I love to style a basic graphic tee with dark skinny jeans and a cardigan on the weekend. In the fall and winter, this look is usually accompanied by a pair of brown leather riding boots but for the spring, I wanted something that gave this look a little bit more of a feminine flair while looking polished. Enter these nude flats. The bow detail is just enough of a statement to pull the look together and make it appropriate from a brunch date to a day of shopping.
Nude Flats for Work
The second look is very much office appropriate. Since I spend 5 out of 7 days of the week at work, having pieces that pull double duty for weekend fun and office wear is a must have for me. I love pairing these nude flats with a great skirt and top combo for an effortless workday outfit that makes you look like you actually wanted to get dressed for work that day. This outfit also works great with a blazer or trench coat (my other must have for spring) thrown over as a completer piece. I have this skirt in camel and navy and I just love how easy it is to pair with the nude flats.
Nude Flats for Easter
Since Easter is less than a week away, I figured I would give y’all a little sneak peak of my Easter outfit. I got this Lilly dress from the ReLilly group and I’m obsessed with the brightness (the picture doesn’t do it justice). Since the dress is so bright, pairing it with a nude flat is the perfect way to keep this outfit Easter appropriate. This look is totally picture ready which you can definitely expect to see a ton of when JP and I celebrate our first Easter together this weekend (and yes, his outfit is perfectly coordinated with mine).
What is your go to way to style nude flats?