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August 2016

17 Aug

Day to Night

Lately I've been super busy and finding transitional outfits have been a must! Day to night outfits are so convenient and guarantee you looking fly from sun up to sun down. Finding clothing and footwear that easily transitions will not only help with your time management but your wallet as well! Blazer dresses have been popping up everywhere, so buying one that is long enough to be worn as a jacket, dress, and as a top is nothing but a miracle! As for the footwear, the chunky heel of these Nine West platforms allows your feet major support serving daytime comfort with a night time edge. The best part about having a "casual/chic" style is being able to go from day...
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10 Aug

Denim Goes With Everything

Denim is the key. It's the one fabric that literally goes with everything. I find that it's a great piece to add with any shoe of mine and it's a great staple when trying to maximize options. Denim is perfect for a causal slay and even more chic situations, adding a bit of edge and a hint grunge, when destroyed. It's a classic trend that's definitely here to stay but find creative ways to rock your denim, mixing and matching different footwear and have fun with it! Photos Christine Ta Heels: Sam Edelman, size 12 (Nordstrom) Romper: Angl Denim: Zara Jewelry: Dixie Graze (here)...
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4 Aug

Guide to Killing the Shoe Game No Matter What Size You Wear

It's not easy being a woman with larger feet, especially if you're a fashion lover. So I decided to share my strategy on finding shoes for any and every situation. It takes time, effort and some creativity but it can actually be fun! Below are five major tips for having a killer shoe game no matter what size you wear: Plan Ahead -  With majority of my shoe purchases being made online, planning ahead is necessary! When shopping for events, I prefer to start shopping at least a month to two weeks early. This allows for shipping without the stress of shoes not arriving on time and even to possibly return them to find something better if they don't work out as...
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