Think bright red soles equate with inches-high pumps and a teeter-tottering search for balance? Think again. Beloved accessories designer Christian Louboutin is expanding his portfolio of star-approved shoes with the Solasofia flat. The pointy ballerina will be a part of Louboutin’s signature Nudes collection, which is also adding two new hues (porcelain Nude #1 and deep chocolate Nude #7) to its range of now seven shades. The easy to slip on basics are designed to look like a second skin thanks to its wide range of shades.
You don’t have to be a pointed-toe ballerina to sport these minimal new classics, though. Each pair is pieced together from malleable matte nappa leather and, in our opinion, can be worn with everything from a casual jean-and-tee getup to a fanciful cocktail dress for a celebratory evening occasion. Yes, they’re worth a pretty penny (each pair retails for $595), but the investment is worth it, considering you’ll probably never want to take these Cinderella-like slippers off.
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A classically Parisian silhouette, the delicate, pointed-toe Solasofia ballerina flat joins Pigalle Follies 100 and Senora 100 in seven versatile shades of nude. Shop nudes in our bio.
Visit us.christianlouboutin.com to see the full Nudes collection and act quickly—some styles have already sold out.