Navajo Flat by Jack Rogers

On March 29, 2011, in Classics, Shoes, Womens, by Ryan & Ben

Inspiration for a look can come from just about anywhere.  It might come from a memory of a trip abroad, a glimpse of a well dressed stranger walking down the street, or the picture of a public figure splashed across the pages of your favorite magazine.  One public figure that is still inspiring the fashion of women around the world years beyond her days in the spotlight is Jacqueline Kennedy, and her love for the Navajo Flat ($98-$148) helped Jack Rogers become the brand we know today.

Originally made by local cobblers in South Florida, and still produced there today, the classic Navajo Flat ia about as versatile as it gets when it comes to women’s footwear.  Whether you throw a pair on with jeans and a fitted t-shirt or your favorite summer dress, the Navajo Flat will never look out of place.  From basic leathers, to exotic metallics, to cork, there are dozens of iterations of the Flat available (classic Palm Beach is shown), and there is a good chance that you are going to want more than one pair.  No matter what base you choose, each pair of Navajos will feature the signature Jack Rogers whipstitching and rondelles that truly set these flats apart form other sandals on the market.


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