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Under $50: Flats

Keep your feet comfy and your wallet full with these pretty little flats—all adorably afforadable, too.

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Let these stand out under a cotton shift dress, or rolled-up red jeans.

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Like a Monet for your feet.

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The classic style is made a little special with a bit of shiny silver.

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Boyish loafters gone sweet.

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The two-tone laces turn these pastel shoes a little wild.

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Best paired with a white dress.

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An intricate, exotic pattern to liven up basics.

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It's much easier to dress up this super-slim style than traditional Chucks.

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An elegant look for those evenings when you don't want to deal with heels.

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Wear them with a sunny yellow dress.

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Gingham bows—does it get any better?

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A classic that looks as good on a 20-year-old as it does on a 2-year-old.

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Play up the ballet angle with a sheer, midi-length skirt.

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