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You open your closet and see those mesh ballet flats you bought last summer. Should you throw them away or can you still wear them this season?

Don’t worry, mesh ballet flats are very much still in style! What started as a trendy fashion statement has now become a closet basic.

We all loved The Row’s mesh sock flats. And of course Alaïa’s fishnet flats were the star of the show last year.

Thankfully, the beloved mesh ballet flat doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon.

Here’s our top picks for this season…

Step Into Style with the Top Mesh Flats of the Season

Get ready to live in these studded cuties by Loeffler Randall all season long! The studs give these mesh flats an unexpected toughness that complements the edgy vibe. Pair them with distressed black skinny jeans and a silky camisole, or team with a flirty sundress for brunch.

Stylish yet minimal we’re obsessed with Andrea Wazen’s gorgeous ankle wrap mesh ballerina flats. The low block heel provides just enough lift while keeping them comfortable enough to wear all day at work. Slip them on with beige tailored trousers and a white blouse for an effortless work wear outfit. Complement them with mom jeans rolled up at the ankles and a breezy linen shirt or tank top for a casual daytime outfit.

Want something more glam? Look no further than these rhinestone mesh ballet flats courtesy of Yosi Samra. The studs add some serious wow-factor without looking too over-the-top blingy. They’re a perfect blend of glitz meets sophistication. Wear these showstoppers for a dinner date when you’re not in the mood for heels.

Where do we even begin with these Aquazzura bow tie flats? Aren’t they just beautiful? First off, the insanely vibrant hot pink color is just gorgeous. It screams “look at me” from across the room. Then there’s the way it somehow looks both delicate and wildly sexy at the same time. And that big, flirty bow at the ankle? Simply impossible not to love!

Loeffler Randall is pretty much killing it with the mesh flats this season. Here’s another great pair from the brand. Catering to anyone who just wants a simple pair of mesh flats that can be worn with pretty much any outfit, these soft ballet flats are also a pretty good option for your workwear wardrobe.

Now for a more edgier alternative. These crystal-embellished mesh ballet flats almost look like they were made for channeling our inner style rebel! They make such a statement and they’re literally mesmerizing to look at. Wear them with a maxi dress and your fave sunnies for an instantly badass look.

Perfect for the modern-day Audrey Hepburn, these ultra glam ballerina flats by Stuart Weitzman are so cute. From the sparkly glitter to the dainty pearl embellishments across the straps, they’re just effortlessly gorgeous. Wear them when you want to add a touch of glam to a casual outfit!

Talk about a classic! These pristine white flats from Anthropolgie are the epitome of timeless, understated chic. At first glance, they seem almost too simple – just a clean, minimalist silhouette. But that’s exactly what makes them so incredibly versatile and effortlessly stylish.

Dressy or casual, luxe or laid-back, their versatility is virtually unlimited. Whether paired with tailored trousers and a silk blouse for the office or crisp white jeans and a breezy linen top for weekend errands, these beauties instantly polish any look.

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How To Wear Mesh Ballet Flats? (Here’s 5 Outfit Ideas!)

With jeans and a blazer for weekend errands

Running errands this weekend? Wear your mesh flats to instantly dress up a casual jeans and blazer outfit.

A semi-see-through flat adds a delicate touch to wide-leg jeans. Pair with a blazer and plain white tee.

Finish the effortlessly cool look with a crossbody bag.

With a midi length pleated skirt and an oversized sweater for brunch

Nothing brightens up a midi-length pleated skirt like barely-there flats. The peek of skin makes legs look longer while the skirt keeps the look elegant. Pair with an oversized sweater or turtleneck when going to Sunday brunch or happy hour.

A lightweight sweater is a perfect transitional layer. Finish with a crossbody bag big enough for essentials. This put-together yet casual outfit also works well for a day date.

With shorts and a t-shirt

Casual shorts look great with mesh flats. Tuck in a plain white tee or add interest with a graphic one. Throw on a biker or denim jacket and you’re ready to go!

With fitted trousers and a blouse

Pair your barely-there flats with a pair of tailored trousers when you want to feel put together but still comfortable. Team with a chic blouse for quick get up and go outfit.

With a wide-leg jumpsuit

A slinky wide-leg jumpsuit feels effortless yet polished—perfect for many summer events. Elongate your legs by pairing it with mesh flats.

Look for a jumpsuit with delicate spaghetti straps and a belted waist to highlight your shape.

Drape on a statement jacket and add bold earrings to complete the look.

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