The Comfort of Tieks Shoes Ballet Flats [Review].
Everyone is talking about Tieks by Gavrieli these days. Even Oprah. Have you heard, too?
When I first tried on the Tieks by Gavrieli, they were comfortable but needed a bit of breaking in. This may not be the case for everyone, but it is very common with me with just about any shoe. The Tieks rubbed a bit on the top of the foot, but after a week of wearing them, they stopped rubbing and were very comfortable.
The bottoms of all Tieks include blue rubber patches, which make the ballet flats non-skid and add comfort. Not slipping is a good thing, I’m klutzy enough as it is. Plus, the blue patches are kinda cool.
Tieks also have a blue stripe on the back of the flats that match the rubber patches on the bottoms. It is a cute accent that makes Tieks unique.
So, what is the verdict on Tieks? I really love them. They are easy to put on, store in a bag or purse and are super comfortable. The flats also go with a million different outfits and add the perfect about of pop of color to a wardrobe. Love. The only problem is that I want every color now.
They are pricey, yes, but with high-quality Italian leather, they are sure to last a very, very long time. I would guess that the longer you wear them, the more comfortable they become, too. So, I say they are worth the investment.
Learn more about Tieks by visiting www.tieks.com.
Have you tried Tieks yet? Here are a few that I am thinking about purchasing next!
Arabian Nights (aren’t they seriously beautiful?)
What color would you choose for your Tieks?
I received a pair of Tieks in return for this review. Thoughts are my own.