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Ballet flats like Mansur Gavriel

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chartreuse Fri 29-May-20 13:30:35

I'm looking for a ballet flat for the summer but everything is cut too low, I'd like one similar to the MG below. Has anyone seen one? Thanks 😊

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universallychallanged Sat 30-May-20 13:08:49

I'm with you on this - I don't know the answer but I need some high cut flats. All the ones I see and try show the gaps between my toes. Maybe I have long toes. Its a shame that nobody can recommend anything.

styleseeker72 Sat 30-May-20 13:44:56

What about these from M&S? I've tried them on instore and they're pretty comfy. Leather, too.

styleseeker72 Sat 30-May-20 13:49:29

Or these from Asos look high-cut as well.

botemp Sat 30-May-20 14:25:18

Have a look at the French brand Anniel their ballerinas fully cover toe cleavage.

achillesratty Sat 30-May-20 16:20:39

I have the M&S ones and they are super comfy, almost like wearing slippers.

chartreuse Sat 30-May-20 19:30:20

Thanks for these suggestions! The M&S come in a great selection of colours but they are a bit too pointy. Some definite possibilities on ASOS, I don't know why I didn't think to look there.

The Anniel are right up my street, the vintage style looks exactly right. They are similar to a pair I love I got in a tiny shop in Italy, no chance of going back any time soon sadly.

Do you have a pair @botemp? Just wondering about the sizing?

Thanks again everyone 😊

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botemp Sat 30-May-20 20:23:32

I usually have the Soft laced shoes from Anniel as they're quite versatile and comfy. Those fit true to size for me but IME ballerina shoes have a size system of their own and usually you need a half or a whole size up. I did see on the website they have quite an elaborate size guide per shoe type and instructions to measure your own feet.

AnnaNimmity Sun 31-May-20 09:10:03

There are lots of ballet flats in LK Bennett - have you looked there?

I have just bought these They are lovely!

Notredamn Sun 31-May-20 11:30:16

You can't go wrong with A Piedi

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