pump it up

September 22, 2016

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Every Fashion Week, there are a few key trends that I get really excited to scoop up and try out myself, especially when they’re of the shoe variety (once a shoe gal, always a shoe gal). And this fall, we have a winner: the low block heel with a square toe. I’ve seen it everywhere this week and I think everyone’s feet are all the happier because of it.

A bit taller than kitten heel height with all the stability of a wedge and the square toe adds a bit of lady-like quirk to all of our uneven denim cuffs that have been popping up at every corner. This Marymid pump in Bordeaux by Stuart Weitzman is actually my second foray into the trend and I love how easily it pairs with dressed down looks (like this end of summer number) or something a bit more gussied up (for this berry pair, I’m thinking a nice monochromatic wine moment might be just what I need come fall!).

How about you guys? Have you taken this trend for a spin yet?

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OUTFIT DETAILS: Frank & Eileen top with sleeves tied in front // Current Elliot jeans with DIY hem // Stuart Weitzman Marymid pumps // Movado watch // Celine “Audrey” sunglasses

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This post was in collaboration with Stuart Weitzman. As always, all opinions and styling are my own. Thank you for supporting all This Time Tomorrow collaborations!

Photos by Falcon Griffith 

 

21 thoughts on “pump it up

  1. I am loving your shoes! That colour is gorgeous and this outfit is perfect for a fall day out! The way the shirt is tied is amazing and the hem on your jeans!

    I’m all about velvet this season, especially velvet boots and heels! I can’t get enough of mine! (Once a shoe gal, always a shoe gal right? :D)

    x
    Shloka
    thesilksneaker.com

  2. Love SW and their boots are to die for! I’ve been holding on to a gift card for ages. . .

    If you had a gift card to SW, would you go for the pump, a pair of their boots, or their new menswear inspired loafers? I am a “tad” older than you, possibly by 20-esque years, so be considerate. 🙂

  3. Definitely a good platform to shop. Items that I bought were delivered fast and nicely wrapped. Clear and concise way of getting what you want, sometimes you can find really cheap deals

    • Having trouble finding clothes in stores because they are just made weird? Try Italist! It’s great that their clothes are always made so well with great material compared to stuff we buy in shops. I love their website and will definitely be buying many clothes of them in the future.

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