TB Reva alternatives?

spykitty

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I've had a few pairs of Revas in 2006/2007. They were great and held up well. Now I need pair of ballet flats and need suggestions. I would buy another pair of revas but feel like they are played out.

Suggestions or should I get another pair of revas?
 

MJDaisy

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well personally i love the revas! i have 2 pairs, both purchased in 2011. I say get another pair! If not, I know vera wang lavendar flats are popular. I think Lanvin also makes some popular flats.
 

spykitty

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Thank you! I am on the fence. I *know* they are great shoes but for some reason I am on the fence and thought I would come on here to ask. :smile:
 

jenaywins

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I don't think Revas are played out at all... Who cares what other people think? If you love them, wear them. :tup:
 

Frugalfinds

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If they work for you, then stick with them! I haven't tried the Revas, but if you ever looking for an alternative, I'm a huge VW fan!!!
 

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spykitty said:
I've had a few pairs of Revas in 2006/2007. They were great and held up well. Now I need pair of ballet flats and need suggestions. I would buy another pair of revas but feel like they are played out.

Suggestions or should I get another pair of revas?
Agreed that TB Revas are played out; London Sole & French Sole make some gorgeous and very comfortable flats that last!