I went down a royal family Pinterest spiral earlier this week. Before I knew it, I looked up, snapped out of it, and was like, “What day is it?”
Oh, as if that has never happened to you…
My Pinterest session lead me down a Megan Markle style rabbit hole, particularly of images of her wearing Sarah Flint footwear. How about that! The Duchess and I have the same taste in footwear. I counted her in numerous pairs of Sarah Flint shoes, at least five of which are evergreen styles, still available for purchase today. Let’s review her picks and the style she and I both have in our closets, the pair I look forward to procuring next, and after the jump, how you can save $50 on your first purchase of Sarah Flint shoes.
The Sarah Flint Natalie is available in several neutral shades, including the saddle calfskin as worn by Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games, which I believe was her first official outing with Prince Harry. Pretty iconic.
I have three pairs of Sarah Flint Natalie flats and offer the following intel on the sizing. For velvet and jacquard versions, go up a whole size. For suede and leather versions, go up a half size; I came to the realization too late and now I came to the conclusion that I will probably be buying these in the size I should have. Womp, womp.
Speaking of a tortoise shell heel, can we tall about the Sarah Flint Jay Heel? I like my high heels sturdy, readily able to take on any Georgetown cobblestone street and sidewalk; I just know the Jay Heel, with its thick heel be it in the 85 mm or 100 mm, will be able to take on any terrain my honorary home turf throws at me.
Both heel heights of the Jay is offered in black and navy suede. Between the two shades, there is nothing that the style will not coordinate with in any closet.
The Perfect Pump in 100 mm is the heel I aspire to wear, even if it props me up over 6 ‘-6″ tall. Meghan Markle has been spotted in the shoe (height undertermined, either the 100 mm or 85 mm) several times and in several colorways. This style is truthfully as chic as can be.
These are going to be my next Sarah Flint shoe.