Don’t let the title of this post and the color of the header fool. I’m not the biggest fan of the color pink, except for polishes and makeup. However, every now and then, I fancy a little pink in my life. Currently, I’ve been all about pink sneakers and thankfully there are plenty of them out there. I’m not sure if it’s the anxiety of summer approaching or just the fact that pink sneakers are killing the game right now. Whatever it is, I’m in!
If you’re kind of feeling pink sneakers or just into sneakers, then this post is for you.
One of the things I do when I’m bored is browse shoes from Zara. Zara shoes are breath-taking for multiple reasons. The main reason I love them is because they are unique, well-designed, and affordable AF! If those aren’t good enough reasons, I don’t know what to tell you.
At most times, there are usually 10-15 different shoes on Zara’s website that I stalk. Unfortunately, when me and my budget decide it’s the perfect time to buy, my size is usually sold out. Once your size is sold out on Zara, it’s safe to assume you won’t be buying that shoe anytime soon. Although I might be shooting myself in the foot, I decided to share the shoes from Zara that I’m currently crushing on that are still available in my size. Ugh.
Every now and then, I will come across an item that I instantly fall over and want it in every color. That’s exactly what happened when I found Shellys London platform oxfords and I’m in love!
Shellys London is an overseas brand with fun and trendy shoes that range from simple everyday shoes to statement shoes. Their oxfords called Emma have stolen my heart and potentially some of my money.
Shellys London Emmas come in various colors, prints, and textures. However, the pairs with the prints and texture are so fascinating. The snakeskin pair is great neutral option and the shiny silver pair would kill a cute spring suit.
To find out where you can buy the Emma oxfords or see the other styles, visit www.ShellyLondonsusa.com.
Yes, I know Spring isn’t here, yet. However, with all these warm sunny days we’ve been experiencing, it’s hard to not start thinking about Spring. Better yet, it’s hard to not start thinking about the things we want to wear this spring. As usual, I’ve started my seasonal style preparations by pinpointing the shoes I’m wanting this season. In order to create the perfect spring shoes edit, you have to narrow down where you will be wearing said shoes. Fortunately, for me, the places I go the most don’t require a professional dress code. So, my shoe edit is casual, but has has some chic elements to make them work-friendly, as well.
It’s almost ballet flats season. Well, ballet flats work all year and in different styles. Last year, it was all about ballet flats with laser design cutouts and thin lace-up. However, this season, it’s all about the look of traditional ballet flats with solid flat shoes and wide ribbons to lace-up up your ankle.
Ballet flats are shoe staples, because they are cute and comfortable. Other than being super comfortable, another great thing about ballet flats is that they are very versatile.You can pair them with dresses, short, or add a feminine look to your favorite well-worn boyfriend style jeans.
Although the lace-up ballet flats have the traditional style and design of ballet flats, they are available in different colors, fabrics, and textures. Personally, I’m crushing a pair of velvet ones, myself.
If you would like to get in on the lace-up ballet flats fun, check out these options I found that are not only cute and comfortable, but also very affordable.