Several weeks ago we reported on the loafer pump, which brought a bit of sass to the standard loafer. Today we bring you the traditional flat loafer, in an array of great colors and cute silhouettes.
This loafer is available in several colors, like basic black, but I love this hot pink and cognac combination. Such a great take on the classic loafer. Price depends on size/color combo, with a lot of options available.
This loafer almost looks like a house slipper, and in fact, there are a ton of designers including this sleek, simple silhouette in their collections. Available in wild designs like the pink zebra-stripe and the black and silver mottle. A decent price for Nine West, which can run much higher.
I’ve really been loving Rocket Dog’s shoes in the last two years. Always risk-takers, their shoes have gone beyond just being gutsy and are reliably fashion forward. These loafers are not particularly crazy, but I love the saturated color, subtle texture, and that cord stitching along the bottom. Pair with ankle length trousers.
L-O-V-E. I am really hoping I develop some self-control and refrain from buying these for myself. I love the combination of black leather at the toe and sides and canvas? tweed? linen? around the top. Sleek lines and a fun tassel. Excuse me while I go freeze my credit cards in ice.
Minty fresh loafers! Nothing particularly unique about these bad boys except that great color. Available in other patterns and colors, but this is definitely the best option. Looks like suede but the information says canvas.
Are these preppy or what? I can definitely envision a Kennedy lady wearing these while in Hyannis Port or Martha’s Vineyard. Really cheaply-priced which might mean you sacrifice comfort and/or durability, but if you don’t have sensitive tootsies and you’re not looking for a long-term commitment, these are a good risk.
I’m a sucker for jewel tones, so these caught my eye right away. Simple and beautiful, and nearly half the original price. It’s sort of hard to tell, but there’s a thin bow over the shiny strip of fabric over the top. Details don’t mention what the body of the shoe is made of but it looks like suede.
Soooo…I included these last because they’re so wild. A loafer simply covered in shiny black studs OVER a foundation of black sequins. What??? I kind of love them, kind of hate them. Available in gold as well, and some other sites are carrying them in other colors, but these are the least-Liberace-ish of them all. What do you think ladies? Would you wear these?