Stepping into a new month in new shoes. Fashionistas nationwide are breaking out the boots and sweaters in an effort to get into the fall spirit. San Franciscans on the other hand…let’s just say we are having a tough time. It is finally starting to warm up! September and October are historically the warmest months of the year. As you can imagine, this makes dressing for the season pretty tricky. I have been on the hunt for an alternative to wedge open-toe sandals. I do not wear flats – I never have and probably never will. While my color palette doesn’t really change with the seasons, I do update my shoe collection. Introducing the slingback pump – a versatile fall shoe that is comfortable like a flat, but high like a wedge.
Slingback pumps…love ’em or hate ’em? I’m not going to lie, I still had mixed feelings about them even after purchasing this white variation. I am pretty sure my grandma Nonie wore a similar pair to church on Sundays. But what makes this pair different (and by different I mean CHIC), is the pointy toe and round chunky heel. The more outfits I tried on with them, the more they grew on me. They are the fall version of a wedge sandal and I am so glad I found them! Suitable with jeans and dresses, this week on the blog you will see them paired with both. No grannie looks here!
Adding this multicolor sweater to your wardrobe is a great way to keep your fall apparel colorful! I am impressed at how comfortable and potentially warm it is considering the $25 price tag. It fits true-to-size and the cut is a loose. Layer away in this flashy little thing. Or, wear it to conceal your food-baby after you eat more than one ice cream cone. No one is judging you! Stay tuned to sees how I style these slingback pumps with a fit and flare dress. Thank you for reading.
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