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Clogging Around the City

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, then you got a sneak peek at my latest fabulous find: platform clogs. Hello 1970’s! When I said, “clogging around the city,” I really meant it.” From the hair salon, happy hour, Shabbat Services, to two sets of blog pics, I have been living in these things. Who knew a five inch heel could be so comfortable?! It really has been fun seeing the world from 5′ 5″ high. Over the next few days I am going to show you different ways to style clogs.

 

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A few months ago I purchased this awesome fringe shrug from Nasty Gal. I had hoped for it to go over a chevron shirt, but that outfit did not turn out as planned. After the first failed attempt, I tried it with a denim skirt, a corduroy skirt, as well as a black on black ensemble. Still no luck, so it hung pretty and unworn in my closet for the last three months. It was not until I brought home these retro clogs that I decided to give the shrug another try. FINALLY it worked! Moral of the story: if you are going for a particular vibe, dive in head first. I was being too conservative when I originally styled this statement piece. I did not want to look too costume-y. Ironically, it looked best not only with a headpiece and clogs, but with flare jeans – I think we can all agree that bell bottoms epitomize 1970’s fashions. Great news fashionista, if you are ready to step out in funky 70’s garb, this shrug is now available in ivory, and I like it better than the one I own.

 

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Shrug | Jeans (similar) | Headpiece (similar) | Clogs

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