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Where can I buy good quality ballet flats?

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Remotecontrolduck Thu 23-May-13 15:07:56

That don't cost an arm and leg! (Though obviously willing to spend a bit, you get what you pay for etc)

All the ones I buy seem to fall apart in 3 seconds flat.

Anyone got any recommendations?

michelleandmali Thu 23-May-13 16:19:53

What about French Sole?

FauxFox Thu 23-May-13 16:20:40

these square toe ones at Dotty Ps are my favourites. Only £16 and they wear out before they fall apart iyswim. I just bought 2 pairs in the black as i'm scared they will discontinue the shape and they are the only ballet flats I can find that I like! I have the leopard from last year too still going strong.

finlaysmum12 Thu 23-May-13 16:58:15

Dune ballerinas are very comfy, don't know their long-lastingness!

Skinheadmermaid Thu 23-May-13 17:01:05

I find pumps from george at asda last aaages and are no more then about 12 quid.

Skinheadmermaid Thu 23-May-13 17:02:17

I had a couple pairs last four years and the only bit that got worn was the pattern on the toe....and i walked my dog in them and in the rain.

noisytoys Thu 23-May-13 17:06:17

Hush Puppies ballet pumps are the best they cost about £50 full price but worth every penny

JemimaMuddledUp Thu 23-May-13 20:01:58

Clarks do ones for around £30 that are really comfy and wear pretty well.

preggersbycheggers Thu 23-May-13 20:07:13

Jones the bootmaker have some lovely ones and currently have a 30% flash sale on.

wrenster Thu 23-May-13 20:21:43

Second vote for Clarks here. Very comfy and good quality, price around 30-35 so not bad

Drywhiteplease Thu 23-May-13 20:49:24

Leather lined ballet flats will last longer......Next, M and S have reasonably priced, Office,Dune.....R and B,

LoganMummy Thu 23-May-13 20:50:49

Another vote for Clarks.

LivesInLegoland Thu 23-May-13 21:13:35

And another one for Clarks. I have black patent ones I wear daily to work in the winter and they are just starting to wear out after five years.

Andcake Thu 23-May-13 21:17:40

My favourite are Kate kanzier reasonably priced, comfortable and loads of colours and styles.

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