I have had quite a few questions about these Tory Burch flats...on both the blog and Twitter.
These are without doubt my favourite flats in the world. Yes they are.
Strangers have stopped me in the street to ask where they are from and they are over-the-top enough to pep up any boring outfit.
They are round toed ballerinas, covered in silver sequins and with a silver hardware logo. (A colleague once assumed the Tory Burch branding looked like the Take That symbol...I can sort of see his point but why did he think I would wear Take That shoes FFS??!)
(My favourite flats: Chloe moccasins, Tory Burch silver sequinned Reva's, Tory Burch pink metallic Reva's)
I have worn these constantly since getting them in December and the sole remains in tact.
After my experience with these I can definitely recommend Tory Burch...I used to buy pair after pair of ballerinas from the likes of Zara and Topshop, seduced by the designs, but they never lasted. These seem much more durable and hard-wearing.
BUT...here's the thing. I would never pay full price. It seems that Tory Burch doesn't really sell that well in the UK and as a result they always end up on the net-a-porter.com sale (half price or less) or on theoutnet.com
This is when I always get mine. Why pay £190 when you can get them for less than half? :)
I think my next lemming will be some snakeskin/leopard print versions...got to keep it a little tacky, haven't we? :)