Friday, May 3

highs and lows

$118, ann taylor
It's all about low heels right now. Last week the New York Times ran an article called The High Spark of Low-Heeled Shoes, which extolled their virtues because they offer, "enough height to give your bottom a little lift, and your legs a longer line, but [they're] low enough that you can pound the pavement pain-free." These hot pink sandals possess all those benefits plus the perfect amount of pop...


1. Won Hundred eyelet top, $235, madewell.com
2. Super sunglasses with mirrored lens, $249, shopbop.com
3. Fallon studded leopard wrap bracelet, $150, charmandchain.com
4. Lulu Frost crystal bracelet, $285, charmandchain.com
5. Sensi Studio straw tote, $240, netaporter.com
6. Ann Taylor pink suede heels, $118, anntaylor.com
7. J.Crew cropped linen pants, $98, jcrew.com

4 comments:

CaroG said...

Marlien,

Love these shoes! Would also love to see cute 2" heels. I am 5'12", ha ha...

Emma Finlayson said...

The shoes are super cute but I am not sure how I feel about the kitten heel thing... on the fence

Emma

http://strollingthecityinheels.com

Chef Kathy said...

I still like a little platform, especially for the city. I want a buffer zone between my feet and the mean streets!

Sandee said...

Yea! Finally cute shoes that are sexy without the crazy high heel! Yes please.