After much anticipation, Spring is finally here, and it brought a wave of new boots, sandals, and outfits of the day.
The inspirational vibes were hummin’ so we put together two ways to wear six of our favorite Spring/Summer styles for the season.
This strappy gladiator sandal is anything but old news. The suede piece encloses the inside of the foot, while the leather straps intersect and layer for the ultimate transitional shoes. The Sunswept compliments any outfit, whether it’s for Sunday brunching or casual Friday’s at the office.
Warmer weather is all about showing a little bit of skin and that’s exactly what the Kersten is for. This bootie is even office friendly! Pair with some wide-leg trousers and a form fitting top for your 9 to 5. Even if you’re out on the town in utility pants and a flowey blouse, you’ll be putting your best foot forward in the Kersten.
Everyone loves Cheyenne. This is the transitional boot you can wear about eight months out of the year in most places. There’s really no wrong way to style this one-of-a-kind boot, whether it’s white overalls or an old rock’n’roll t-shirt and a pencil skirt. It’ll be both the the easiest and best wardrobe choice you make in the morning.
A classic shoe with the freshest twist. High quality leather and canvas, combined with the latest comfortable and lightweight technologies, let this shoe do what it does best: look good (and feel good). Keeping it simple and easy with a modern denim-on-denim look is one way to go when wearing the Carnaby but you can always dress it up for a solid blazer or spice it up with a colorful print jacket.
The Broadwick has everyday style that doesn’t compromise. This spring chukka is reliable, versatile, and ready to take on the day. It looks great styled with joggers and a denim jacket or some khakis and a baseball cap. Casual Friday at work? Khakis, a button down, and the Broadwick will do the trick.
Full grain leather that’s bound to make people notice. The Ike is an old world style with all of the modern comforts. Crisp clean denim and a solid button down will make you look extra sharp at dinner. With a little print and a little more denim, you’ll have the perfect look for Sunday brunch.