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    Quality Flats

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    I am on the hunt for some high quality flats to wear at work. I like a slightly pointed toe and would love a light beige and black option. Many comfort styles are too clunky for my taste. I'm willing to spend up to $100.

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    Definitely check DSW! I got some awesome nude flats there for Christmas. They carry wide sizes too, which I need...unfortunately they were a 6.5 instead of a 6 so I had to return them and never really got around to ordering my size
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yabos View Post
    Definitely check DSW! I got some awesome nude flats there for Christmas. They carry wide sizes too, which I need...unfortunately they were a 6.5 instead of a 6 so I had to return them and never really got around to ordering my size
    I loooove DSW but I find a lot of the brands seem nice but then fall apart Do you know what brand you had? I definitely need a 6 wide because I have stubs for feet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katayoun View Post
    I loooove DSW but I find a lot of the brands seem nice but then fall apart Do you know what brand you had? I definitely need a 6 wide because I have stubs for feet
    http://www.dsw.com/shoe/steve+madden...ductRef=SEARCH That's what I had! I didn't get to wear them much so idk how the quality really is I have stubs too! I call them my chode feet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yabos View Post
    http://www.dsw.com/shoe/steve+madden...ductRef=SEARCH That's what I had! I didn't get to wear them much so idk how the quality really is I have stubs too! I call them my chode feet
    I just snorted coffee into my nose at work. Thanks for that

    Those are super cute. Did the patent leather make them uncomfortable at all?
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    I like Payless and Amazon. Usually Amazon is good about free returns in ill fitting shoes so it may be worth a look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katayoun View Post
    I just snorted coffee into my nose at work. Thanks for that

    Those are super cute. Did the patent leather make them uncomfortable at all?
    I mean, I walked around in them a bit but they were slipping in the back since they were half a size too big, but they seemed super comfortable other than that!
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    I'd hunt on zappos.com. These are the pair that I'm currently eyeing in a few different colors... Born Julianne Noche (Tan) - Zappos.com Free Shipping BOTH Ways
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    I have a pair of black flats that I got at DSW that are Dr. Scholl's brand. They are more comfortable than some other flats I have, just from the added cushioning in the sole of the shoe. Not sure how much I paid for them, I seem to think it was maybe a little higher than what I would have wanted to pay for flats, but they've been worth it so far!
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    My best flats are actually from Lucky brand. They were about $100 and I ordered them from Belk online....that was like 3 years ago though.
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