This post is sponsored by Rothy’s, but all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
Rothy’s The Point Flat Review
I’ll be the first to admit: I am a homebody. There is something to be said about walking around barefoot or in big fuzzy socks that typically can’t compete with putting on real shoes and leaving the comfort of my home.
So when the folks over at Rothy’s contacted me to try their point flat, I did a quick search of the brand and decided that there were a few good reasons for me to leave my house and give these shoes a try.
- Rothy’s shoes are super cute/stylish
- They are machine washable.
- They are sustainable. They’re made from recycled water bottles!
- Word on the streets is that these are amongst the most comfortable flats on the market.
- They go up to a size 12 (for my a larger foot readers).
I hopped on board to test them out, and did the unthinkable: I left my house.Rothy’s sent me two pairs to try, so I decided to do a walking tour of my favorite part of Boston: The North End/Quincy Market. And since I was feeling adventurous, I even hopped on the Commuter Rail and the T! #bornrebel:
I got off at State Street and walked right over to my favorite haunt, Quincy Market.
While there, I donned Rothy’s The Point Flat in Persimmon [check them out HERE]. Aren’t they the cutest?
Quincy Market is home to all kinds of shops including some of my favorite bakeries and restaurants.
And don’t be surprised if you happen to stumble upon someone eating lobster on the back stairs:
He made me pretty hungry so I stopped for some seafood myself. I ordered some good ole Boston Clam Chowder. All the while not worried in the least about getting my shoes dirty. And, not for nothing, these are some comfortable flats, y’all. I know all the online reviews sing their praises, but you know I’m a born skeptic, so I had to see for myself.
After my snack (yes clam chowder is a snack, cuz your girl can E.A.T.), I changed into Rothy’s Red Camo Flats, and walked a few feet over to my fav makeup store to try some new lippies.
I shopped a bit more, then decided to take a 10-minute walk to The North End for some pizza. Don’t judge me because if you should ever visit Boston, you’ll know that eating is what this city is all about.
So yes, I got my pizza and got my entire life!
Also, would you judge me if I told you I walked back to Quincy Market for some dessert? I’m just saying, you can’t get banana pudding like this just any-ole-where.
All in all, I’m glad I got my rear end up outa the house, and I’m even more glad that these Rothy’s flats did not disappoint. The holidays are literally just a few weeks away (I know), so if I were you I’d grab them HERE now before the holiday rush gets in the way.
Also, I think I can get into this walking tour thing, but I need your help. What are your favorite places to visit in your city? I might visit your city next. Sound off below!
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