August 8, 2012
Cece Leather Ballet Flat Review
the studded version, the suede, and now the leather), I'm surprised we haven't reviewed them yet.
I really believe JCrew shoe sizing is consistent, so I highly suggest trying them on in stores, if possible; for instance, I can go a half-size in either direction when it comes to these shoes.
Most of JCrew's signature leather shoes are made with Italian leather in Italy; the leather is buttery, and wears very well. They also fit my feet really nicely and are good for my slightly normal/wide feet.
My favorite about these Cece flats is that they are extremely comfy. There's a hidden wedge and padding that gives me the support I need for fairly substantial walking. A lot of other flats tend to rub the sides or backs of my feet, but these flats are very comfortable. The Cece ballet flats have the Jane Squared stamp of approval.
The Cece Leather Ballet Flats retail for $138.00, but does get marked down with regular frequency (to around $100 and sometimes you can score the extra 30% off final sale items, bringing them to around $70), so it's definitely ideal to wait for a sale. See how we style them below, and feel free to click on the look for more details.
You might also want to check out our review on JCrew's Rainy Day Flats.