Shoes to Spring For

April 3, 2018

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1.Black Bow Espadrilles 

2.Rose Gold Metallic Bow Espadrilles

3.Day Camp T-Strap Sandals

4. Perforated Mule Slide

5. Kenneth Cole Bow Wedges

Breaking down my #TOP5 in Spring Shoes you must SPRING for! 3 Trends you will definitely be seeing and wearing this season: Bows, Metallics, Mules! The Bow trend is so cute and adds a little something to flats, wedges, mules, you name it! I am loving espadrilles for summer and these black bow ones are SO comfortable they are going to be my go-to for travel this season. I had to have these wedges too because I have been looking for a good neutral pair I can wear comfortably ALL DAY. Found em! They are from Kenneth Cole and of course also have the bow detail. Will be wearing them with Skinnys now and shorts / dresses later.

Mules and Metallics are my JAM right now and I cannot wait to rock both of these trends during festival season – especially these perforated slides with silver/rhinestone-esque (if I dare say) detail. THEY ARE SO FREAKING DOPE and comfortable and perfect for NOW and all summer long. Repeat offending for sure in these.

These rose gold mules are so good for quickly dressing up ANY outfit. Including a pair of boyfriend jeans as I styles them here. I will keep these on hand or in my car for meetings, lunch, or a way to dress up an outfit for a shoot! The rose gold color goes with everything.

Last but certainly not least, these amazing tie-up gladiator sandals !! They are all the cuteness of the tie-up with out the fuss of actually tying because there’s a discreet zipper on the inside. Definitely not above the ease of a zipper, folks. Everything I got was from shoes.com – they have EVERY brand I wear in the shoes department and the best styles for the season. No matter what you are looking for, they have #ShoesForThat. AND today they are having a flash sale at 25% off using code: FLASH18

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