If you read last week’s post you know that I cleared out 7 pairs of shoes as well as 2 stragglers from my closet as part of my 45 Days of Organizing, so of course the minute I hit publish I checked the promotions tab of my gmail account and low behold there is a Sole Society email
I first heard of Sole Society on Julianne Hough’s Instagram account (an avid DWTS fan, I heart the Houghs, and their holiday dance off challenges with Maria Menounos) and have been smitten with Sole Society ever since, occasionally checking their site for shoes and accessories but I have yet to actually pull the trigger on anything. I think those 7 pairs of shoes were mentally holding me back from indulging in a shopping spree.
These shoes remind me of my dad’s dessert boots (that he and my mom searched high and low for last fall – who knew my dad was so styleish) and are casual with a hint of style. As much as I like the army and navy (that wasn’t a military or a football reference) colors I would purchase the neutral, taupe (shown below), allowing me to wear them with a just about any color skinny pant out there (please skinny jeans/pants don’t go out of style, please!). I’m already adding navy colored jeans to my wishlist for the fall, wouldn’t these be cute with them?
I also love these Anastassi d’Orsay flats (http://www.solesociety.com/anastassi-black.html) in both black & chili and think they would be the perfect fall shoe – that is until the first snow fall!
While I am typically not animal print clothing type of gal, I love it on my shoes – I have a pair of leopard loafers from the Gap Winter ’14 line that I probably squeezed into my rotation once a week so it’s no surprise that this pair of Lucky fold-able ballet flats are on my wishlist!
We can’t end this love affair with sole society without talking about their accessories:
If you haven’t seen the aforementioned Hough vs. Menounos dance off here’s a snippet for your viewing pleasure: