WHAT WE'RE LOVING

How to wear summer shoe trends into fall

Summer may be winding down, but we’re not ready to let go of the stylish trends it brought us. So, we picked out our favorite of-the-moment silhouettes with the most seasonal staying power.

Shop Sequoia Lace Up Heeled Sandal

 
Lace-ups are a great way to add texture and a feminine twist to your look. For fall, choose suede styles that feature spicy or earthy colors.
 

Shop Freyaa Lace Up Wedge Sandal

Shop Sequoia Lace Up Heeled Sandal

Shop Rosalie Lace Up Mid Heel

Shop Ferris Block Heel Sandal

 
We love block heels for their blend of height and stability. Prepare for the cooling weather with covered silhouettes.
 

Shop Ferris Block Heel Sandal

Shop Delilah Fringe Heeled Sandal

Shop Jagger Block Heel Sandal
 
Shop Tiia Studded T-Strap Heel

 
A pointed toe has the power to polish any ensemble. Make your fall outfits standout with flats and heels featuring shimmering details and bold colors.
 

Shop Tiia Studded T-Strap Heel

Shop Cammila Pointed Toe Smoking Slipper

Shop Jenn d'Orsay Pump
 
Shop Sahara Platform Wedge Sandal

 
Wedges are a staple usually reserved for spring and summer, but this year they will pair perfectly with the flared jeans and retro dresses you’ll be wearing all fall.
 

Shop Colette Platform Wedge Sandal

Shop Landry Wedge Sandal

Shop Sahara Platform Wedge Sandal
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5 Street Style-Perfect Shoes For Winter & Beyond

We're two weeks into the new year, which means one thing: New shoes! From work to weekend, you need heels and flats that you can wear now in the chillier months and later (like, spring later). Plus, discover genius ways to style each pair thanks to ultra-stylish bloggers and Instagrammers.


 

1Kaydan Leopard works as a neutral when styled with a rich red velvet OR Team the dark red suede pair with skinny jeans.

 

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2Eri The brilliant blue suede + Gem covered toe = Pure outfit bliss from charming skirts to casual jeans.

 

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3Cammila Fun printed skirts. Off-duty denim. This glitter-covered flat always looks incredible and light catching.

 

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4Calder Create a legs-for-days look when you couple together this suede pump with black or denim skinny jeans.

 

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5Paden Make this glamorous suede and mirrored strappy heel look casual with camo pants or relaxed with a sweater dress.

 

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Shop The Look

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Shop Kayden SHop Eri Shop Cammila Shop Calder Shop Paden
DON'T MISS IT

5 Holiday Party-Perfect Shoes

The holidays mean three things: Presents, parties and beautiful shoes to celebrate in. We're showing you the many ways you can style each pair thanks to ultra-stylish bloggers and Instagramers. Prepare to take style notes.

 

1Kaydan   Leopard works as a neutral when styled with a rich red velvet OR Team the dark red suede pair with skinny jeans.

 

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2Eri    The brilliant blue suede + Gem covered toe = Pure outfit bliss from charming skirts to casual jeans.

 

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3Cammila   Fun printed skirts. Off-duty denim. This glitter-covered flat always looks incredible and light catching.

 

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4Calder   Create a legs-for-days look when you couple together this suede pump with black or denim skinny jeans.

 

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5Paden   Make this glamorous suede and mirrored strappy heel look casual with camo pants or relaxed with a sweater dress.

 

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Shop The Look

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Shop Kayden SHop Eri Shop Cammila Shop Calder Shop Paden
WHY NOT

Mix Leopard & Snakeskin

 

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Get The Look: Miia Loafers and Kadin Satchel 

 

Go to yoga more. Bring lunch to work. The list goes on. But how about this for a resolution: Experiment more with textures like leopard and faux snakeskin. 

 

The combination of leopard printed on hair calf and rich plum purple faux snakeskin is  surprisingly versatile. And it just looks so absurdly cool. Truly anyone can pull this off.

 

 
WHAT WE'RE LOVING

The Benefits Of Blue

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From Left: Shop Morganne Flats; Shop Lizette Block Heels; Shop Natalee Flats 

 

This fall, we're definitely tangled up in blue. Whether it's a quilted ballet flat or a tassel tote, it's safe to say we're loving the mesmerizing hue.

 

 

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From Left: Shop Campbell Tote; Shop Jesslyn Bag; Shop Bryer Satchel 

 

Style Tip: Wear with your denim for an instant dose of polished cool.

 

 

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Having the blues never looked so good.

 

 

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In case you need convincing that you can style your denim with a blue bag: Ta-da! 
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And why not wear them on a night out? We always do! Think slim cut tuxedo pants and any of the above. Done and done.

 

Shop More Flats 
DON'T MISS IT

September Issue Highlights

Ok, picture this. You come home and there's a pile of new fashion magazines on your doorstep or waiting in your mailbox. Cue the obligatory, "YESSSS!"

 

Now, times that by 20 and that's the feeling we get (and mostly likely you too) with the new September issues. It's a mixture of pure fashion bliss, outfit-mkaking anticipation and the world kind of pauses as you flip through the crisp pages (maybe with a glass of wine in hand).

 

 

That's why we're so over the moon about our multiple mentions in our favorite magazines and we couldn't wait to share with all of you. Keep scrolling and enjoy!

 

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Shop Harla Flats 

 

 

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Shop Jenn Mid Heels 

 

 

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Shop Ceara Flats 

 

 

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Shop Franki Heels 

 

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Shop Wynn Heels 

 
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New d'Orsays

Two-Piece-Flats

 

 

Meet your wardrobe's starting lineup: the d'Orsay flat. There's been a resurgence of the two piece silhouette and we're not mad about it at all. It's definitely a classic in the making and the perfect transitional style for summer into fall.

 

Here’s a little history lesson: The shoe style was originally worn by men in the 19th century. A French solider Count Alfred d’Orsay was looking to improve the footwear designs worn by the French military. He wanted to create comfortable cut out sides for wider feet (we feel you, Alfred). He then added a pointed toe and voilà – high society French women immediately took a liking. And the rest is history.

 

Clockwise from top: Shop Anastassi Flats; Shop Dylann Flats; Shop Kristi Flats 
BEHIND THE SCENES

Model Off Duty: Meet Milan

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Name: Milan

 

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada and I moved to LA two years ago

 

Favorite things about LA: The weather and the taco trucks on Vermont Avenue

 

Where were you discovered?: in Vegas at a mall. I was actually getting a pretzel!

 

Smoothie or juice: Green juice, definitely

 

Flats or heels: Flats

 

Favorite song of the moment: Drunk in love by Beyonce

 

Pool or beach: Pool

 

Summer plans: Going to New York and Miami

 

If you weren’t a model, what would you be?: A history teacher

 

Beauty product you can’t live without: Coconut oil
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Shoes Glorious Shoes

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You're about to create serious shoe envy with any of these brand new pairs. From studded heels to camo smoking slippers, our latest assortment adds instant personality to ANY ensemble. We're envisioning them with cutoffs,  sundresses, rompers and so much more.

 

Clockwise from left: Shop Jenn Mid Heels; Shop Anneke Mid Heels; Shop Harla Loafers; Shop Anastassi Flats.