This shoe. So many feels. White shoes have always been a no-go for me, until I saw these. The thought of avoidance has been forever changed for me. I think the combination of the pointed toe, gold heel, and black straps won me over. SO, SO GOOD.
This was a straight up dare for me. It's funny, but it's true. I didn't wear anything daring for this shoot, because I wanted my shoe to speak for itself. White pops when you let it, so here are four ways you can wear white in the fall and winter:
Forget that "after labor day" rule and do you! Be bold, be daring, try it out, and if you hate it, at least you tried!
A good tan boot is essential during the fall and winter, and a sock boot is always my first choice. Since most boots are usually a bit thicker, these are thin enough to wear year-round, however. I purchased these from Public Desire several months ago, which they have in various colors.
They are so comfortable to walk in. The chunky heel creates great support, so your feet will not hurt in these at all. Sock boots are so easy to wear, they honestly go great with anything, but they can be a little awkward with the wrong pair of jeans. I recommend opting for a cropped pair like mine (which I cut myself), but they would look good in a flare cut too. Throw them on with a straight dress, or something loose and with body. I’m not a fan of sock boots with a tight dress, since they’re already tight, it can be a little much, and balance is always key. Do you like this trend? I know I do. I own 3 pairs of sock boots!
Florals were all over the runway during F/W fashion week 2017. What's so lovely, is that it wasn't your typical warm toned florals, it was all the vibrant stuff. That's always grounds for dressing up a tee and jeans on a lazy day.
I find floral prints to be neutral. So here are 4 quick ways you can wear florals in the fall: