Want to wear a jumpsuit, specifically a black jumpsuit to a wedding? Or to a cocktail party? Can you even? Yes, yes you can! Of course, what shoes you choose to style with said jumpsuit is of utmost importance! Now, I’m a fan of the wearing a simple black jumpsuit when it comes to going to a wedding or a fancy affair. And I’d better know how to do it by now: I’ve had this black jersey jumpsuit for years & lucky for me, they’ve become quite the staple fashion item! So why not wear one with dressy accessories & make it feel a little la-di-da?!
Fashion loafers (vs. the traditional “penny” variety) are once again a trendy shoe item for Fall and I’ve been lucking out for the past few seasons with these black vintage Sergio Rossi slippers. Yes, they are astrology-themed & although I’m a Sagittarius myself, the gold graphic is based on the Leo sign. Makes me wonder if they created them for each astrological sign, or if Leo (“Leone” in Italian) is based on Sergio Rossi’s birth date?
It would seem that supposed rules of wearing white shoes after labour day (or rather not wearing white after labor day!) have become obsolete, with countless magazine editorials, fashion bloggers & street style fashionistas wearing either partial white outfits or going full throttle with head-to-toe post-summer white on white looks. But then again, is this really surprising? With the weather having changed so much over the past couple of years, I say the hell with the no white after labor day blabber & wear what you will! Especially those white shoes you love!
Nude shoes are the perfect blend-into-any-outfit type of shoe, but when you want to make them pop or dressier, nothing works quite as well as a little jewelry. Shoe jewelry, that is! I’m a big fan of my Shoelery by E.G. “Regal” faux-diamond shoe accessories & I’ve styled them a multitude of times with my Nine West black pumps here and here. I’d never thought of adding them onto a peep-toe until I was playing around with my nude Sofia Z sandals, some shoe clips & voila’!
Stuart Weitzman Nudist VS Steve Madden Stecy
Stuart Weitzman‘s “Nudist” sandal has been the shoe trend phenomenon this past summer, worn not only by a multitude of celebrities during red carpet appearances such as Nicola Peltz wearing the black Nudist, but also featured on a slew of fashion bloggers’ feet. The minimalist sandal will surely continue trending & even though we are transitioning into Fall, the barely-there sandal is a great staple to have in your wardrobe for indoor cocktail parties, special outings & a wedding reception or two! It’s the perfect shoe for when you’d like your clothes to speak louder than your footwear. For once! Oh & did I mention some of the copycat colours are now on sale?!