Image courtesy of The Daily Beast.
In the news this week many people witnessed an issue at the Cannes Film Festival when some women in their 50’s wearing flats were declined entry to the red carpet. The irony of it all is that the women were attending the screening of a pro-LGBT romance ‘Carol’ featuring Cate Blanchett. It’s even more ironic seeing how ‘efforts’ were made to include more female producers in this year’s festival.
So why were the women declined entry? Is it because flats cannot be as stylish and elegant as heels?
Not every flat is designed to be stylish, supportive, and elegant. But designer flats are built for support, provides superior comfort, AND style, so rest assured women do not have to compromise their individual style when shopping for designer labels. At Extraordinary Ordinary Day (EOD), we’re committed to crafting shoes with comfort, support, and style because we believe women can and should have these qualities in their shoes. Shoes that make powerful statements, exerts confidence, class, and self-expression. Our vision extends beyond comfort, and it’s time you slipped into something more comfortable. As Emily Blunt put it, “Everyone should wear flats”.