You can never go wrong with nude shoes. Every woman should have several pairs in different styles. A neutral color is extremely versatile, and has a wonderful leg-lengthening effect if you can find the right tone for your skin.
I have to admit, I wasn’t a fan of Coach until their designs started heading in the high-fashion direction. With their printed fabrics shouting the brand’s name, I always connected Coach with the logomania trend of the 90s. If there’s one thing I hate, it’s having a brand’s name or logo splashed across my clothing and accessories. But the recent change in style has made me pay more attention to the Coach brand. I’ve since spotted several shoe designs that I love, including the elegant black and gold Lytton pumps above (available in two colors on 6pm). They are classy, delicate, and sophisticated; a far cry from the logo-print sneakers, sandals, and handbags that the brand is more recognized for. Needless to say, I’m excited to see where Coach will go in the next couple years.
Jeans: Marc by Marc Jacobs (similar) | Shoes: Vince Camuto | Blouse: Rugby
I love color, but most of the time, my favorite outfits consist of various shades of neutral. I am one of those people who probably could live in just black and white, and I actually find myself holding back from doing this during the work week; I’m not quite ready to give up my blues, greens, and pinks! For the outfit above, I paired classic style with edgy details, my favorite combination. These Vince Camuto smoking slippers are some of the most comfortable and versatile shoes I own. I find myself wearing them very often. (Also, my cat wanted to pose for this photo…she matches the neutral theme!)
Greetings from the Dominican Republic! My boyfriend and I took a much-deserved vacation and jetted off to enjoy some warm weather. Although it’s definitely spring in Philadelphia, it’s nothing compared to the gorgeous 80 degree weather down in Puerto Plata. The sun has been shining during our entire trip and my feet are enjoying the sandal weather. The pair above was a birthday gift from my mom (she’s guilty of fueling my shoe addiction but I’m not complaining). They’re perfect for summer, super comfortable, and I love the laser-cut details!
It’s hard to forget Alexander Wang’s Spring 2013 collection; the deconstructed designs with sharp edges and graphic panels are truly breathtaking. And I’m sure everyone is familiar with the modernized white gladiator sandals that made their debut during that season.