What I Think of Tieks

The high cost of Tieks ballet flats is the main reason why more people don’t own a pair. Believe me, I can relate! You’re probably here because you’re wondering whether a pair of ballerina flats can truly be worth the buzz and the price. Indeed, a pair will set you back $185+. Most of us would feel a little uneasy about clicking the “Checkout” button since this amount isn’t exactly pocket change.

My first time owning a Tieks pair was in April of 2016, and I was worried. Eventually, my decision to purchase them was a gamble that paid out handsomely. Although my pair was expensive, they may end up being the best purchase ‘closet-wise’ I ever make. Since then, I’ve purchased five more pairs.

Models I’ve Tried

Before I give you the rundown of my thoughts on them, I feel it’s vital to disclose which models I’ve personally tried and tested.

  • The first pair I bought were Matte Black, and as you can imagine, they were the first I ever reviewed.
  • So I went out and got myself a second pair, this time in Pacific Green. Liked them a lot, though not as much as the Matte black version.
  • I reverted to classic Matte Black for my third pair.
  • Later, I purchased Midnight Blue (this year’s Black Friday style), and I wore the same pair to my wedding. (Because of how comfy they are, many brides choose to replace their heels with Tieks during the reception.)
  • In the middle of the year 2020, I went out and bought yet another set of Matte Black shoes. I’m just a huge fan of this style.
  • Tyrian Purple, the Black Friday 2020 trend, was too good to pass up. This is the first time I ever owned two pairs at once, and it was my sixth pair overall.


I doubt you’ll find a pair of flats more comfortable. From the supple leather uppers and non-elasticized heels to the bright blue rubber soles, everything about them feels right. Refer to this article for related information.


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