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Sarah Flint Shoes: My Honest Review
If you are someone who follows the Royals, then you should know that Sarah Flint is known as being one of Meghan Markle’s favorite shoe designers. I own 7 pairs of her heels, 6 of those were gifted and I recently purchased this pair of Oxfords in black myself. Her shoes are a tad pricey, however, they are worth every penny. To see if they were truly worth it and to gauge how comfortable they are, I packed the Natalie (leopard flats) and the Emma (block heel) to a blogging conference. I was on my feet for over 12 hours a day over a 3 day period and not once did I regret my shoe choices. Also note that I was pregnant with Oliver, even though I had no clue during that time. They withstood the test of time.
Sarah Flint’s The Natalie
This shoe is called the Natalie – I own this shoe in both leopard print and in black. I have wide feet and finding flats that are flattering can be a struggle. The Natalie fits perfectly and also has arch support which is great for someone who has flat feet. I got these in my normal 8.5 size.
Sarah Flint: The Emma
The next pair is the Emma – I have been loving block heels and these have been a great addition to my wardrobe. I have worn them to work and also paired them with a pair of jeans. On the SF website it says to go down a half size since they are suede and suede tends to stretch. However, I would go with your normal shoe size if you have wide feet like me. The size 8 was a bit snug and the 8.5 has been great.
Sarah Flint: Emma Sling Back
This is the Sarah Flint Emma Sling Back in tortoise.
Sarah Flint’s Perfect Pump 85
With the perfect pump 85 – the name literally says it all. This pump is perfect for every occasion. I was 9 months pregnant in this picture and I was beyond comfortable in a pair of heels. The perfect pump is cushioned which made them comfortable and my go to during pregnancy. I wore heels throughout my pregnancy thanks to Sarah!
The Ilene has become one of my favorite additions to my closet. I cannot wait to get more wear out of them. The Ilene is one that I had been searching for, for over a year and they decided to bring back. I snagged a pair, and bought those in a 9.5. I would definitely go up a full size if you have wide feet. Based on some of the reviews I read, people with wide feet had issues with fit. Just something to think about.
The Grear is a summer staple for me. They are just so effortless and make any summer outfit look pulled together.
Other Sarah Flint Shoes I Love
The other pairs that I own are the Parker and the Alysia. Both of these I got in my normal size 8.5. The Parker does feel a tad big but because I have wide feet I feel like the 8 might have been a little tight. I got them in the black. I got the Alysia in serpia calf and love how them look. The 8.5 feels a little snug at first but I think with time they will stretch. Of all the pairs that I own, the Alysia is definitely a pair I will need to slightly break in because the leather is stiff.
Check out my post Finding the Perfect Custom Fit Shoes to find out how you can get the perfect shoe for your foot!
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