Tory Burch Keeps us Pretty in Pink

December 18, 2012

in Ballet Flats , Flats , Tory Burch shoes

There aren’t too many colors much more feminine than pink.  And although the majority of us gravitated toward it as children, as an adult, pink can sometimes be a hard color to pull off.  Despite the array of tones pink comes in, if you’re not careful, it can look a bit juvenile.  However, you can never go wrong with just a hint of pink…your shoes for instance.  Tory Burch has an array of pink flat options perfect for day or night!

Jelly Ballet Flats

Dakota Fanning

Tory Burch Jelly Bow Ballet Flat

I know what you’re thinking, “nothing says ‘little girl’ like jellies.”  Not true ladies!  The Tory Burch Jelly Flat is a grown up version of what we wore in our youth.  Dakota Fanning pairs a similar pair of Tory Burch Flats with roughed up denim and blazer.  If you’re not a fan of distressed denim, any of your jeans will pair nicely with this shoe.

Traditional Day Flats

Hilary Duff

Tory Burch Reva Ballet Flat

The Tory Burch Reva Flat is one hot commodity in Hollywood!  Hilary Duff pairs her bright gold hued Reva flats with skinny jeans and neutral hued winter garb.  These Tory Burch Flats are easy to wear in an outfit similar to Duff’s and will be cute in spring with shorts and a printed top carrying a hint of the same fuscia tone.

Blush Toned Ballet Flat

Kristen Bell

Tory Burch Eddie Ballet Flat

As Kristen Bell shows us, another favorite amongst Hollywood elite, is this Tory Burch Eddie Ballet Flat in Pink Patent.  With such a soft tone, it can be worn with just about any other color but follow Kristen’s lead by wearing  it with navy and other blue tones for a cute day look.  You can however easily dress up the Tory Burch Shoes by wearing them with a sweater dress now or a knit dress in warmer weather.

Tory Burch prooves to us we’re never to old to be pretty in pink.  Her flats offer versatility and functionality as they are comfy options that can be dressed up or down.

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