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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.
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.
This 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.
This pair is 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 other pairs that I own are the Greer sandals, the Ilene (monk strap), and a pair of sneakers that they no longer sell. The monk strap shoe is one that I had been searching for over a year and they decided to bring back. I snagged a pair. I 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.