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The idea of walking in the shoes of a member of the British royal family may sound like a dream, but thanks to Meghan Markle, it just might be possible. Sure, you might not find yourself joining the Queen of England for High Tea, but at a price tag of $100, you can certainly cop the same Sam Edelman Sally Flats ($99.95, Amazon) the Duchess of Sussex sported while on royal tour in South Africa.
The former Suits star donned the footwear while making a pitstop with Prince Harry to Cape Town in honor of South African holiday Heritage Day. These elegant little beauties feature a classic, pointed silhouette and a slip-on style, making for an easy and fashionable way to stay comfortable on your busiest days — something the royal can surely attest to. Coming in 13 colors, including Markle’s chosen hue of oatmeal, these also feature a leather or suede exterior and a synthetic insole upon a tiny 1/4 inch heel.
They’re also plenty versatile. While Markle paired them with a chic olive dress from Staud ($325, Staud) and a Cuyana cashmere scarf ($190, Cuyana), their timeless, everyday style makes them a great option to pair with everything from your favorite cocktail dress to a chic top and your go-to pair of jeans.
It also looks like Markle’s not the only fan of these shoes! With scores of glowing reviews across the web, these flats have fans in women all across the globe. One reviewer raved, “Best shoes ever! So comfortable and classy! [I] walked all day in the airport, to and fro, and was never tired. Love these!”
Another shopper went on to call these a “sexy, clean, everywhere shoe” saying, “This shape of this flat is exactly what I was looking for. [I] love the color too! Pointed toes make legs look great, so when I found these I grabbed them.”
The former actress’ magic “Markle sparkle” means these shoes flying off store shelves, so you’ll want to act fast to get your hands on a pair. Happy shopping!
Where to buy: $99.95, Amazon
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