Cute Flats for your Quince

Quince Madrina

While every girl most likely would love to walk in to their quinceanera celebration wearing a pair of designer high heels, not many girls know how to actually walk in them. This is why many quinceaneras are opting to forego wearing heels all together and instead wearing a pair of pretty flats. If you are searching for the perfect flat shoes to wear to your quince, check out these awesome selections!

Blue by Betsey Johnson Joy Evening Flats

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These adorable flats are almost completely covered in dazzling rhinestones so you can shine bright like a diamond on your special day. They also feature a strap that fastens around your heel so your shoes stay on your feet no matter how hard you dance.

Carlos by Carlos Santana Serafina Studded Flats

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The best thing about these cute little shoes is that they have a sturdy sole. Not to mention, the stud embellishments add a bit of style and sparkle to your wardrobe. They’re available in either champagne, honey or a darker zinc color.

Adrienne Vittadini Charlann Flats

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If you’re quince theme involves floral designs, you definitely might want to consider wearing a pair of flats like these. They’re decorated with a floral cut-out design that gives a peek at your skin while still looking classy. These particular flats are available in either white or blush to match your dress or décor.

Fergalicious Mosley Ballet Flats

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The crocheted look has totally been in style for the past few years. If you like the casual crocheted look, check these flats out. They’re really pretty and come in an off-white shade, navy blue or black.

David’s Bridal Dyeable Ballet Flat

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David’s Bridal carries these basic ballet flats to allow brides and quinceaneras the ability to dye their shoes to match their décor or gown. They’re extremely comfortable and also feature a cute little bow on top for an added touch.

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