If I were forced to choose a favorite style of footwear, it would probably be a pointed-toe flat. They're the most versatile in my opinion and I feel instantly more put-together in them even if I'm wearing scrubby jeans or cut-offs. The only major downside is that I wear through them scarily quickly from all the walking I do in cities. The toes get the most obvious wear and then suddenly my pointy-toe flats are not so pointy-toed.
A good flat to me has to have a few things – 1) show a little amount of toe cleavage, 2) have a tiny bit of a heel and a thick enough sole so you don't feel like you can feel the ground through them, 3) be juust the right amount of pointy (some are too round and some can look like weapons), and 4) obviously be comfortable enough to handle all the walking I do. It is surprisingly difficult to find flats that fit all the criteria. When I first saw these fun floral flats, I thought they looked very promising, so in the cart they went. And I love them. They're definitely made for a narrow foot though, so I had to size up.
In searching for similar options, I really didn't find very much. There are animal prints aplenty but florals are more unusual. But here are my findings in case you also extol the pointy-toe flat like I do (and want some florals in your life).
-This looks like a nice option with a slim toe. It's also cut similarly to a pair of Chloes flats I've long admired.
-I like this pair for the tiniest bit of heel, and the lace material seems like it'll be more comfortable than a harder leather.
-A sportier version of most of my criteria.
-The most wallet-friendly version I could find that still looks well-made and has a great shape.
I'm hoping I can keep this pair pointy longer than its predecessors (may they rest in peace).