I need these in my life. The perfect amount of sparkle, a decent sized heel and a neutral color that will match almost everything- what more could a girl need?
A year-round boot is essential for San Francisco’s unpredictable weather. I tend to pick dark brown, cognac colored boots but have been feeling the void of a black version this Fall.
I had my eyes on a pair from Madewell and finally went in to try them last weekend. They were perfect- matte worn leather, minimal riding straps and so comfortable. I obviously toyed with the idea of getting the brown version instead, but luckily my husband swayed me back to black. I guess he has noticed my pile of brown boots in the closet!
Coach’s Legacy collection pulls together timeless style and season neutral colors. The deep chestnut brown and combination of red, beige and navy blue work perfectly. The structure of the totes works for all occasions- something that is key for me when buying a new bag.
Check out the full line here. Layout by Sparkling and Sweet.
I have gotten heel-lazy since I moved to San Francisco. Maybe it’s the hills or the casual west coast fashion, but I opt for flats on almost every occasion. Yes, I do walk almost everywhere in the city and my feet love the comfort of flats, but I am definitely missing out on some hot heel style!
I am vowing to ease my way back into heels this summer. I’m beginning the transition with wedges and 1.5-2″ heels. These Lucky Brand wedge sandals I bought yesterday are really light and comfortable:
Some other styles I have been eyeing
Sephora has teamed up with Pantone Universe to create a line of products based on 2012’s colour of the year- tangerine tango.
I love the nail polish set- definitely a fun way to brighten up this spring. All of the packaging is to die for.. and I’m a sucker for a pretty box!
Following up on my post last week on fun Spring fashion, I am showing off another popular trend of the season- mixing patterns. Anthropologie always does a great job styling for shoots and their ‘About a Bloom’ campaign perfectly demonstrates how mixing patterns can work.
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