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Slip into super chic styling with this cute ballet flat from Lucky. The Emmie2 features a colorful leather upper with an elastic topline for the perfect fit. Throw in a padded insole for a comfy step and a grippy rubber sole and you have a great flat for everyday wear.
Causal everyday wear never looked so good. Lucky Brand brings you Emmie 2, A multi color printed fabric covered ballet flat. An elasticized top line creates a snug fit.See all Product Description
These shoes are really cute and great to wear to work. My only suggestion would be to break them in before wearing to work for the first time. Read morePublished 28 days ago by colleen
These shoes are so comfortable and stylish that I have 3 pairs! As a elementary teacher I am on my feet all day and I need shoes that are comfortable but still look professional at... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scuba one
I bought the pair for its price but they are the most comfortable pair.
Not glamous but comfortable.
These are are so comfortable and cute. My wide foot is comfortable which is always a concern but these are great.Published 2 months ago by Tiffany
Very comfy, needs no breaking in. These flats are really nice but have zero support. I would recommend a thin gel insole if you plan to walk a lot in these shoes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chrysopoeia
These rubbed on the back of my heels - I ended up giving them to Goodwill. I can't say that I would recommend.Published 5 months ago by Pearl8053
These shoes are cute and very comfortable. I would buy more like them if I could find them, great shoes.Published 5 months ago by Allyb
I like the type of shoes - flats. The color was way off, though. The gold is a dull color as do seem the other colors as well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sharon Gregory
I originally bought the black & white polka dot pair and loved wearing them. So, I decided to order another color. The fit is perfect, not sloppy or too tight. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robert May