I picked up this pair of flats during the Nordstrom Anniversary sale because you don't come by stylish & quality flats in multiple widths for under $100 that often.
Quality/Construction: These shoes are made in China, have a leather upper, and are generally decent quality. Nothing to get too excited about... but honestly I found their construction unequal to the price.
Fit: I tried both the regular and wide sizes. To be honest, I didn't notice a significant difference in width when trying on both pairs. They felt about the same in terms of width.
Aesthetic: I think these shoes are super cute. The nude shade goes with absolutely everything, the pointy toe is on trend, and the bow adds a nice feminine touch.
Price: I picked them up from Nordstrom during the Anniversary sale for a discounted price of $96.42 (including tax), but they currently retail for around $140.
Bottom Line: I ended up returning these becaues even at a discount, they felt too expensive. For another take on these shoes, check out Ping's blog, All About Fashion Stuff here.
What are your favorite stylish and comfortable flats? For now, Jane Squared definitely recommends the JCrew Cece Ballet Flats -- in all its iterations (reviewed here).