Tieks by Gavrieli are not your average ballet flats. They are Oprah’s favourite ballet flats and have developed a cult following amongst thousands of women (and some men).
I’m not usually into designer shoes, but Tieks are special. I only own a few pairs of shoes—usually running shoes, hiking sandals, and ballet flats—so it’s important that the ones I do have are comfortable, versatile, and durable.
I used to travel with cheap, flimsy flats that hurt my feet and fell apart quickly in the rugged conditions I wore them in.
Seven years ago I tried my first pair of Tieks shoes and they were a revelation. Not only did they look beautiful, but the cushioned rubber soles were supportive enough for a day’s sightseeing on cobbled streets in Rome or Paris. They’ve been a key part of my wardrobe ever since.
They’re not perfect—no shoes are—so in this Tieks review I’ll be writing honestly about their pros and cons and ultimately whether they are worth the high price.
This review was originally published in 2017 and was last updated in October 2020. I’ll keep updating the post as I continue to wear my Tieks around the world.My Tieks
Before I dive into the review here’s a quick overview of the four pairs of Tieks ballet flats I’ve owned in the last seven and a half years.
I received my first pair of Tieks shoes in 2013—the matte leather Lilac Classics.
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