People online and in real life always ask me “Do you own flats? Do you ever wear them?” and even people that have known me for a long time have yet to see me in flats but in fact, I do own quite a few of them and I DO wear them! Just not as often as I wear heels. I wear flats a lot more when I travel only out of practicality because we usually spend the day walking/touring the cities and I don’t want my heels to get ruined but by the time I get home and I’ve been in flats for the majority of the time on my vacation, I am ecstatic to be back in heels. There’s something about wearing high heels that just feels comfortable to me and is what I prefer to wear. I used to completely loathe flats and never wore them, even for long outings but after some foot troubles I now have accepted flats into my wardrobe and I do love them. (I also started taking a Potassium supplement, as recommended by the podiatrist, to deal with foot cramps that I often get.)
One of my favorite things about these jeans is that they can go from heels to flats in seconds! Just roll the hem up and they are perfect for any shoe. I often go out wearing heels but will bring a pair of flats in a shoe bag and keep it in the car or in my handbag if I know I’ll be walking a lot. This has saved my feet (and my shoes!) many times so I highly recommend doing this. I love these Prada flats and most recently wore them all over San Francisco but the majority of my flats are the Tory Burch Reva flats which I am a huge fan of. I have them in so many colors and they are super slim and really easy to carry in my handbag.
Joe’s Jeans Honey Straight
Straight leg jeans are a lot easier to roll up than skinny jeans and I often do like the look of the cuffed jeans.