HC's 20 Favorite Flats for Fall

Whether you are running to class, hitting the mall, or out on a date, flats are a collegiette’s go-to shoe. And if this season’s designs are any indication, you don’t need towering heels to make a statement with your feet. With everything from wild prints and edgy studs to old-school Oxfords and golden sparkles, these flats are anything but boring. But with so many options, how’s a girl to choose? Have no fear, Her Campus has narrowed it down to our 20 favorite flats for back-to-school, in every price range!

Under $25

Jungle Fever: Unleash your wild side with this bold cheetah print in a rich pink, teal, or blue hue. The purrrfect way to spice up that boring tee and jeans combo.
Forever 21, $12.80

Nude ‘itude: These flesh-toned flats are the perfect neutral to complement any outfit and the hint of sparkle will make you feel like a million bucks.
Overstock.com, $16.99

Polka-Dot Punch: The colorful polka dots and a punch-colored flower are sure to give you some girly flair. You’ll be walking with a spring in your step in no time!
DSW, $19.94

Barbie Studded: The color of Barbie’s Dream House, these studded beauties are sure to make you feel all dolled up and ready to paint the town pink.
Target, $19.99

Feisty Floral: You’ll brighten up the drabbest of outfits with this colorful flowery printed flat. Wear ‘em with a little black dress to add a pop of color and a bit of edge.
Lord and Taylor, $24.99


Kimberly is a senior at The College of New Jersey studying journalism and communications. Currently, she is She's the First intern, co-founder/president of She's the First*{TCNJ}, co-News Editor for Her Campus TCNJ, and Webmaster for TCNJ's chapter of Ed2010. Before transferring to TCNJ, Kimberly graduated from Burlington County College where she was elected to BCC’s Board of Trustees and served as Alumni Trustee from 2011-2012. When she isn't curled up in a corner reading or hunched over her desk writing at 2 a.m., she can be found on the stage - acting, singing, directing or costume designing. Kimberly dreams of pursuing a career in magazine journalism, while performing in her “spare” time. You can follow Kimberly on Twitter @KimberlyDHorner or visit kimberlydhorner.com to learn about her recent projects.

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