We haven’t featured a “Heel of the Day” in months now, but when I spotted these chain-adorned peep-toe high heel booties by GUESS, I knew I had to show them to you. The design reminds me of these sexy Tom Ford booties and I just looooove the added details such as the gold chain on the vamp and the ornament stitching in the back. Total shoe obsession! And even though I usually hate white shoes, I must admit these look hot as hell in white as well. $149 and they are all yours.
GUESS “Ciona” Chain Peep-Toe Booties
P.S.: Also available at Macy’s.
I’ve spoken so much about the stripe trend lately one might think I have slowly gotten to the point where I and stripes are dunzo, but sorry to disappoint you: not. gonna. happen. EVER! However, I do like to update them with a touch of Spring now that we’re almost half through the month of March: in this case it’s in the form of blue and yellow accessories. What do you think of my colorful stripey budget look?
Image source(s): Kohl’s, ASOS, Amazon, Dillard’s, NORDSTROM
Alright, do I even need to explain why I am absolutely obsessed with this awesomely beautiful floral dress by Cameo? I mean, it’s basically perfection! It’s the epitome of Spring! I can almost smell the blooming flowers. L.O.V.E.
Cameo Winter Wind Floral Print Dress
Image source(s): DailyLook
So I am usually neither a big fan of chunky military boots nor am I a white shoes person, but the moment I spotted these all white Doc Martens on Solestruck’s Instagram I was OBSESSED! I instantly pictured an outfit with them in my head and had to share it with you. I really can’t get enough of black and white lately, can you? And what do you think of the look or the monochrome standout boots? Yay or nay?
Image source(s): Instagram (via holycamille), Solestruck, Forever 21, SheInside, Chicwish, ULTA, DailyLook
The monochrome x graphic print trend first started in 2013 and in 2014 still shows no sign of slowing down. Stripes, squares and polka dots! Graphic prints make the right statement for spring, and we say the bolder, the better. For the strongest impact opt for a monochrome color palette such as black and white. To get you inspired, here’s a look we’ve created using one of 2014′s key trends:
Image source(s): Dolce Vita, ULTA, Banana Republic, NARS, ShoeDazzle