Formal events such as wedding invitations, dinners at formal restaurants, or other formal events are synonymous with women who have to use high heels or high heels. But there are also many women who don’t like to use high heels because they are uncomfortable. Here are some inspiration for flat shoes for formal events for those of you who don’t like to use high heels.
- Cocktail Dress and Nude Flats
On the Chanel dinner, Karlie Kloss comes in a chic and simple Parisian style using nude flats or leather shoes, combined with a blue cocktail dress. Who would have thought these two combinations would look very beautiful and effortless?
- Evening Gown and Sandals
French model Inès de La Fressange came to the Cannes Film Festival event using red evening gown that fell to the floor and combined with sandals. Yes, ladies. Slippers. Maybe you don’t think of combining evening gowns with sandals, but hey, it works!
- Formal Flats on the Runway
Designer Lanvin has proven that clothes for formal events do not have to be combined with high heels. At the Lanvin fashion show, they combine many dresses with oxford shoes which are usually used to go to the office. Very unconventional but beautiful, right?
- Dresses and Flats for the Garden Party
Blogger Maya Macdonald, a fan of flat shoes, proves that we can use flat shoes anywhere, including parties. With a hot pink and nude flats, it looks very chic and is ready for a garden party.
- Sandals on The Red Carpet
Gal Gadot proves that even in a formal event such as a movie premiere we can use flats or sandals. He combines dresses with gladiator flats at the Wonder Woman premiere, giving an effortless impression.
- Evening Gown and Flat Shoes
At the Echo Awards, singer Lana Del Rey combines evening gowns with sparkling flats. Everything depends on the statement pieces. With flats that are not only plain, you will still look formal by using ‘more’ flats, like the sparkling flats Lana Del Rey uses.