Real vs. Steal – Lanvin Cap Toe Ballet Flats

by Juliana on May 22, 2012

Lanvin flats have a reputation for being the most comfortable, stylish and impeccably crafted of all ballerinas, and one of the best color combinations to invest in is tan and gold. They will instantly warm up your skin tone and add a little luxury to your basic skinny or bootcut jeans and tee. Throw on a pashmina scarf and a couple gold bangles and you’ll look effortlessly stylish! But great quality usually comes with an equally great price tag, so if you’re hooked, let us introduce you to a simply jaw-dropping option B. Scroll down and be amazed!

Lanvin Cap Toe Ballet Flats in beige and bronze

Lanvin Cap Toe Ballet Flatsls
($590, Barneys)

Sam Edelman “Baxton” Ballet Flats

The well-known, yet reasonably affordable designer, Sam Edelman, has a beautiful alternative that looks just like the high-end style above. His flats are comfortable, well-made, and consistently up to par with the latest trends. You will wear this posh pair everywhere; and at $110, they are definitely a worthwhile investment that will take you all way into the Fall season.

Sam Edelman "Baxton" Ballet Flats in camel and gold (Lanvin knockoffs)

Sam Edelman “Baxton” Ballet Flatsamazon
($110, Amazon)

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