I’m over the snow and the cold that’s for sure. If there’s one thing I buy the most it’s probably shoes. I tend to drag my feet, walk through mud puddles and basically thrash my shoes, so I feel like every 3 or 4 years I need to sadly replace the ones I love.
Espadrilles are something I have my eye on for spring / summer because the pair I own is toast. Espadrille flats are perfect for every day and espadrille wedges are great for casual days or nights out. I’m on the prowl for some flats, but I’ve rounded up some AMAZING picks for you to browse yourself. Enjoy! *feature image via pinterest
Whether your outfit is flashy or on the minimalist side, shoes are always a great accessory to your holiday outfit. Shoes can be great inspiration to start your outfit, or they can be used as the final piece to put your look together. Pumps, block heels, strappy sandals, flats, oxfords, velvet, glitter, lace – the options are endless. My favorite style? Holiday shoes I can rewear not just for the holidays! I bought these Old Navy Velvet Pumps for under $40 – score.
Bright flats are a wardrobe staple that can spice up any look. The great thing about bright colored flats is that they transition well from summer to fall. You can add a pop of color to your darker jeans and leather jackets, or contrast bright flats against a pair of dark panty hose.
Summer is always the trickiest season for me. Since it gets so hot outside, you’re somewhat limited to how you can put things together – you’re kind of just stuck with putting one piece or two pieces together.
Even though it’s hot out, that shouldn’t stop you from experimenting with layering. With this look specifically I took a tunic tank top and layered it over a high waisted pleated midi skirt. Rather than a belt, I used a colorful scarf to add contrast to the look. My favorite emerald flats finished off the look with that additional added pop of color.
I was on the lookout for a great winter to spring transition jacket/coat [you know, the kind that’s not too heavy, not too light]. I found this perfect shade of red beauty and had to have it! The jacket also has the perfect amount of arm room [super important for layering] so anytime it’s a little chillier outside a chunky sweater fits perfectly under it!
What’s your go-to transition jacket? Let me know in the comments below, because I’m still on the prowl for the perfect trench coat!