October 17, 2018

Bootie Season with Shoes.com

Raise your hand if you happen to have a slight obsession with shoes? *raises both hands*

I mean they’re just essential, am I right?! Sure I might not need three pairs of white booties, but who’s actually counting? My latest obsession this is any pair has a grunge air and is slightly masculine. Hence why I’ve been loving these Aldo babies via Shoes.com. I love that they have a bit of a heel, yet are super comfortable. Not to mention, very versatile and 90’s-esque. Here I’m sharing how I style these booties two ways for fall!

 Speaking of Shoes.com, don’t you guys just love when you can go to one place for all of your footwear needs? Sneakers, booties, pumps, mules - it’s all there! Sure it makes it slightly dangerous when your cart just won’t stop growing, but I love that I can just one and done for all of my seasonal picks when shopping at Shoes.com. Not to mention, their fall collection is drool-worthy!

Girly Meets Grungy
For this first look I was actually inspired by one of my faves, Emily Vartanian. She recently combined a sweet, school-girl-esque skirt with grungy boots and the juxtaposition was impeccable. Love playing with different moods in one look - which is exactly what I was going for here!

Cool Girl Twist
For this next look I wanted to change up this season’s “cool girl look” by adding an element of punk with the booties. You’ve likely seen the combination of a leopard print skirt and a tee around IG before. My take on it included combat booties and a leather jacket to grunge things up!

Hope you guys enjoyed and happy bootie season!

This post is sponsored by Shoes.com. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Chelsea as of Late



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