Photo: Stockholm Streetstyle, Madelene de la Motte
This look pretty much sums up how I’d like to go through life. Effortless. Chic. Bit of Pizzazz. Model-Tall. This neutral combo with a healthy punch of green is picture perfect in my book.
Marc by Marc Jacobs
- Marc by Marc Jacobs Natasha Bag (Netaporter.com, $370)
- ASOS Leather Saddle Bag (Asos.com, $53)
- Anthropologie Bold Strokes Satchel (Anthropologie.com, $198)
Have a great week and Happy Thanksgiving!
Annebeth (StylingDutchman.blogspot) via Chictopia
Printed-heel wedges are just now coming into my radar as a funky twist on a much-loved shoe. The extra color and patterning on the heels keeps things playful and cheeky, making them a good foil for neutral outfits.
While I might just be waking up to these off-beat, printed wonders, it comes as no surprise to me that Annebeth of StylingDutchman.blogspot, styled herself in these adorable wedges last summer. She’s so incredibly creative and has a very stylish sense of what looks fresh right now. Go check out her blog now and then come back, because I have things to show you. I also featured Annebeth in past posts of Tribal Council and Loving: Modern Prairie. She’s got my number, because I love everything she does.
Get Yourself A Pair
These are the easiest pair of heels to reach for in your closet. Wedges are like the training-wheels of high heels, which can be a good place to start after a few days in flats. Wear them with flippy skirts, maxi dresses, wide-leg pants, crops or long shorts. Here are some favorites with lively, printed heels:
Theodora & Callum printed wedge
Lucky Brand Maris wedge
Faryl Robin two-tone wedge **
**Hey Denver/Boulder: You can find these Faryl Robin wedges locally in Boulder at Two Sole Sisters (or online at Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters).
And lastly, for the tribal-inspired, towering wedge of the day…
Asos Haze printed wedge
C’mon, those are some seriously bad-ass shoes for less than $100 and would look amazing with a pair of black crops.
Which ones would you wear?
Loving: Modern Prairie
Wedges: Step Right Up
Two Sole Sisters
1703 Pearl St.
Posted in Boulder, Fashion, Shoes, Spring 2011, Street Style
Tagged Anthropologie, Asos, Espadrilles, Faryl Robin, Shoe, tribal prints, Wedges