Lily Collins stunned at the Rome Film Festival in an ombre Elie Saab Spring/Summer ’14 couture gown, but I was more taken by the understated pieces worn to complement the look.
With darker hues and bulkier, structured coats, autumn tends to bring out our more masculine sides, but after looking at these girly Dolce & Gabbanas, I’m ready to take my fall wardrobe in the opposite direction!
The sensible wedge gets a stylish update for fall. Sure, these aren’t all that attention-grabbing, but they’re flattering, easy for any occasion, and best of all, incredibly comfortable. As in, house slippers comfortable. As much as I’d love to wear my most seductive stiletto from sunup to sundown, it’s just not feasible…
When you think of feathers and shoes, you think of boudoir house slippers like these frilly Sophia Webster mules. There are so many more options than those, though. Feathers had a big showing at couture (most memorably at Chanel) so you can expect the trend to trickle down.
Each season, I try to prioritize essentials for the upcoming months (so as not to go wild and get five of each!). For fall, it’s all about flash and function – a burst of metallic via party-ready sandals, as well as flats and galoshes for those cold, rainy days when a black and white calf hair pump wouldn’t be able to hack it.
I developed my first neuroma three years ago when single sole heels came back into fashion (unfortunately for my feet, it doesn’t look like they’re going anywhere, anytime soon). The podiatrist told me that the growth of nerve tissue was brought on by an overuse of pumps…
This Puma collaboration is crazy – as in, crazy good. When you think of the darkly romantic designs of McQueen, sneakers are certainly not the first pieces that come to mind, but with the runway sneaker boom in full swing, it’s not altogether surprising.