From long to short, flat to high, celebs have been sporting all kinds of boots this fall. From the uber trendy over-the-knee statement-makers to understated ankle boots, there’s something for everyone. For those looking for something, trendy, yet versatile, ankle boots are the way to go.
I may have survived fashion week, but my feet didn’t. I do like to complain about shoe discomfort. Like my husband has said again and again, “You are at the comfort stage of life.” Fine, I accept that. At least I know that about myself and can plan out my life accordingly, but Fashion Week is the exception. The heels had to come out, and I had to prepare to be in them for 14 hours a day.
Gucci’s fall shoes are gorgeous, so much so that this could be one-stop shopping for the season’s essentials. They’re very well made, and while not Frugal Snob friendly, the shoes are priced better than those from other established brands (except for the python booties – they also come in leathericon for only $895, though!).
What are your 4th of July plans?? I’m hosting a BBQ/pool party, so I have to make sure I’m dressed for the occasion (a.k.a. patriotically and comfortably – hosting calls for a lot of rushing around). Just because the look is casual doesn’t mean it can’t be fun, though.
Dallas favorite Gregory’s is having a summer shoe sale!! Since we’re already shopping for fall, this is the perfect excuse to pick up some last-minute summer temptations without feeling full-price guilt. Sandals like Della Pia’s pearl-embellished flats ($267) will make for sweet travel companions.
Take a look in your closet. Odds are all the pumps have similar silhouettes (the main difference being whether or not they’re platforms). It’s time to introduce a little more spice into our shoe collections – or sugar, I should say. These gold Nicholas Kirkwood wedges look like they’re made from delectable ribbon candy that’ll […]