Thursday, September 13, 2012

Fall Kicks

With Fall just around the corner, its time to start thinking about the change in weather and what you are going to wear...

                         ..and cute fall shoes are on top of the list!

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Don't lock up your sandals in the closet yet! They are great for the first couple of weeks of back-to-school since it's warm enough to wear them!

Flats are a great seasonal converter-piece, and are great for running all over campus. You can wear them when it's still hot with shorts or a skirt, or with jeans when it gets colder.

The TOMS flats are way cute and comfy!! They offer a  more buisness-like apeal than the originals.

Loafers are all over, and are a great alternative to flats. Plus, they can be comfier than flats!!

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Loafers come in so many great patterns and styles. What else is great?? You can score them in TONS of different price ranges.

Bp makes a great oxford. Wear them with tights and a skirt for a T-Swift style, or jeans and a classic plaid shirt for a boyish look.

Oxford shoes are a great alternative to sneakers. They instantly add a vintage vibe, and dress up an outfit.
Fun Fact! Oxfords were worn in Ireland ans Scotland in the 1800's, then went to England. Of course, only men wore them.
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Boots!! They are a staple in any wardrobe! These Steve Madden ones are great with a mini skirt in the fall, and dark wash skinny jeans and sweaters in the winter.

For a tougher look, try combat boots with a leather jacket.

Emma shows how she can change up the look of her outfit with just a few pieces.
Western boots are great with jeans and a leather jacket, and just as cute with leggings and a dress.

These boots from Rocket Dog go with so much, and you can get them for about $40.

 Emma stone pairing her riding botos with leggings and a camel coat. Boots by Rag & Bone.

Shoes for sure change the look of an outfit, and it's that much easier to make it outfit more personal!

These shoes are all practical, so grab a few pairs you love!!

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