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The Ultimate Guide to the Non-Shoe Shoe: 30 A-List Approved Ultra-Minimalist Flats

Introducing the Non-Shoe Shoe! 30 Ultra-Minimalist Flats That Have the A-List Seal of Approval

Introducing the Non-Shoe Shoe! 30 Ultra-Minimalist Flats That Have the A-List Seal of Approval

No bells, whistles, or even soles! Ultra-minimalist flats are in for spring—and in a big way. Jennifer Lawrence has already cosigned the trend. Last month, the A-lister stepped out in a pair of nude mesh flats from The Row that might be the footwear equivalent of cling film—at times too finicky to put on, but still remarkably versatile. (There’s a reason you come back for more!)

Ultra-Minimalist Flats Trend

While Lawrence’s shoe of choice puts the ultra in ultra-minimalist, there are slightly more substantial takes (see: leather) for those who’d rather slip into something with a bit of arch support. Look to Proenza Schouler, Khaite, and Toteme for said structured sheaths, with styles ranging from transparent Mary Janes to polished, pointed-toe picks.

Vogue’s Ultra-Minimalist Flat Wishlist

  1. The Celeb Choice: The Row sheer sock nylon flats, $690

  2. The Best Black Flat: Neous Atlas leather ballet flats, $654

  3. The Glove Shoe: Proenza Schouler Glove leather ballerina flats, $495

  4. The Pointed-Toe Pick: Toteme asymmetric ballerina point-toe flats, $620

  5. The High-Street Hero: Zara flat soft leather shoes, $90

  6. The Metallic Mesh Flat: Mango semi-transparent mesh ballerinas, $70

  7. The Fishnet Find: Khaite Maiden fishnet ballet flats, $780

  8. The Minimalist Mary Jane: Everlane Day Mary Janes, $155

  9. The Bright White Option: St. Agni pointed-toe ballerina flats, $320

  10. The Bow-Core Ballet Flat: Proenza Schouler Glove mesh ballet flats, $445

Styling Tips for Ultra-Minimalist Flats

As it goes with most things minimalist, neutrals reign supreme—though a pop of red or silver is always appreciated. For those who live for a black ballet flat, there is the soft and supple glove-shaped ballerina; options abound at Aeyde, Zara, and Neous, all of which make for easy yet elegant everyday dressing. And with spring on the horizon, allow bright white iterations from Dear Frances and St. Agni to give your rotation the airy lightness it deserves.

Essentials Edit

  1. Neous Atlas leather ballet flats, $654

  2. Proenza Schouler Glove mesh ballet flats, $495

  3. The Row sheer sock nylon flats, $690

  4. Toteme asymmetric ballerina point-toe flats, $620

  5. Loulou Studio Frano satin ballet flats, $495

  6. Zara flat soft leather shoes, $90

  7. Dear Frances Balla ballerina shoes, $400

  8. Mango semi-transparent mesh ballerinas, $70

  9. Jeffrey Campbell Moira Mary Jane flats, $128

  10. Givenchy calfskin 4G ballerina flats, $750

  11. And many more…

It’s official, a non-shoe shoe era is upon us. Embrace the ambiguity of it all with 30 ultra-minimalist styles that redefine the sentiment: “fits like a glove.”

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