Kate Moss Has Worn Ballet Flats Since the '90s—See How She Styled Them Yesterday

Erin Fitzpatrick

Many of us would cringe at what we wore in the '90s, but not Kate Moss. Her career skyrocketed in that decade and she certainly dressed the part, looking impossibly cool whether she was on the red carpet or at the airport. Although her style has evolved over the years, she has kept one wardrobe element consistent: ballet flats

I did some digging and found one particularly chic example of how Moss wore the shoe trend in the '90s. In 1995, she was photographed at a Calvin Klein event in a simple black sweater, white mini skirt, and ballet flats. Cut to 2020, and Moss is still wearing ballet flats with skirts—but the hemlines are a tad longer. Scroll down to see how Kate Moss has worn ballet flats and shop our favorite pairs. 

Pictured here at just 21 years old, Kate Moss was already climbing the fashion industry ranks in 1995. I would eagerly recreate this minimalist outfit today. 

This week, Kate Moss wore her signature ballet flats with a leather skirt and army jacket, proving that the shoe staple's popularity will never fade. 

On Kate Moss: Azzedine Alaïa bag; Valentino jacket; Ray-Ban sunglasses

The 15 Best Ballet Flats Right Now

Schutz Arissa Flats ($120)

I love the modern square toe on these flats. 

Schutz Arissa Flats ($120)

They also come in this beautiful tan color. 

Who What Wear Cara Mule Ballet Flat Shoes in Blue Leather ($99)

Don't you step on my blue suede shoes. 

ASOS Design Loretta Bow Ballet Flats in Black ($40)

This $40 price tag is great if you're on a budget. 

Staud Tuli Ballet Flats ($295)

This ruching detail makes these flats feel very 2020. 

Loeffler Randall Georgie Ballet Flats ($175)

Mix it up and try both pointy-toe and rounded versions. 

ASOS Design Layer Leather Bow Ballet Flats in Black ($40)

Again, subtly squared toes are particularly cool for 2020. 

Sam Edelman Felicia Ballet Flats ($110)

Simple and straightforward. These boast excellent reviews, with customers are saying that they are extremely comfortable. 

Stuart Weitzman Gabby Ballet Flats ($295)

I love the peekaboo toe detail. 

Loeffler Randall Georgie Ballet Flats ($250)

White ballet flats feel very fresh for summer. 

Mansur Gavriel Dream Ballerina Flats ($375)

This tan color is fabulous. 

Senso Daphne Ballet Flats ($159)

You may want to avoid walking on dirt in these crisp white flats. 

Steven Briget Flats ($71)

This mesh detail gives these flats a little oomph. 

Paciotti Square-Toe Leather Ballet Flats ($218)

Square toes are all the rage right now. 

Porte & Paire Fishnet Loafer Flats ($215)

Not your average ballet flats. 

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