When you wrap a gift, you put a bow on it. When you want someone to feel special, you send them flowers. When you want to feel confident you put on a nice pair of shoes. On any given work day, you'll see me spotted in Dansko's (the popular doctor/nurses shoes that resemble clogs but are uber comfortable). On a winter weekend you'll see me transition to my Sorel Tivoli all weather boots or bearpaw boots.
But if I'm going somewhere other than the grocery store or back to work, it's all about the heel. Some people say you can't have enough shoes, but I disagree. You can, and if you want to maintain a clutter free home, when you buy a new pair you need to throw out an old one. That's our policy in my house. To make room for the new, you have to do away the old.
These pair of shoes have stayed with me for probably 5 years. I know. I need to throw them out. But it's something about the flower that when I look down, it makes me feel special. So why not make my feet feel special, wrap them up with comfort and give them "flowers."
Of course since this pair is ancient, I found some similar styles that you can't go wrong with here, here, and here.
I've always thought ivory was an amazing color to wear during the winter. It's such a sophisicated, classy, and timeless color. I decided to pair this with my favorite sweater this season and an ivory pashmina. Shop my outfit below.
Of course during this frigid cold weather, it's important to stay warm. I 've had this jacket for ages, but here is a great one that I think can hold up for many years to come.