Fall Shoe Roundup

I get a lot of questions about my shoes, so I thought I would share my must haves below. A few things to keep in mind, I tend to invest more money into my shoes. I don’t buy them often and I always resole them. I’ve had the same Isabel Boots for almost ten years and they’ve been resoled twice. Nice shoes are definitely worth the investment, not to mention they make an outfit. You can have a more affordable look, like a $70 sweater from my shop and it can look still look so chic, but honestly you can see the lack of craftsmanship in a $70 boot. It’s all about high low and knowing where to spend. 

-For classic ballet flats you won’t find anything more comfortable than the Chloe Ballerina. I always take them with me on trips. They don’t take up much space in my luggage and the scallop edge gives it a dressier feel.
 
-My favorite ankle boot is the Isabel Marant Dicker Boots. I’ve had several pair over the years and they last forever. I just get them resoled occasionally. 
-I love these tall boots by Loeffler Randall. I have them in Cognac and Black. Perfect heel height and so comfortable. They have a sleeker look which is nice so they can be worn with dresses. 

-Aquatalia Boots are great if you’re needing something that’s waterproof. I bought these last year before we went to Paris + London over Christmas break. They were a dream and didn’t need to be broken in.

-I am all about the sneaker trend. Maybe it’s because I’m getting older, but i just want to be comfortable. I especially love them with midi skirts and midi dresses.
 
-For a splurge I love my Golden Goose sneakers. Are they really that comfortable? Yes they are, but honestly you can get a lot of other sneakers that are more reasonably priced and equally comfortable. I love a Veja Sneaker, The Low Nike Blazer and the classic Adida's Stan Smith's