October 12, 2011

Today's Everyday Fashion: Colorblocked Heels

































First, let's talk shoes. Please say hello to my new shoes. Totally obsessed.  I've been keeping an eye out for idea/inspiration on how to wear two-toned/colorblocked shoes and this photo gave me the idea for today's outfit.

Next, let's talk leather skirts. Remember these crazy pants? Well, this leather skirt was also in the hand-me-down pile and so I snapped it up. It's currently being held together by a safety pin (hidden from sight, but not cute) but leather skirts are very on trend right now, so I think I like it enough to replace the button. Awesome free hand me downs = score!

Finally, I always tie my coats back like this so they stay open. Anyone else do that?

Inspiration photo: This Time Tomorrow
Trench: New York and Company, $50
Leather skirt: Handed down from a friend
Shirt: Express, really old
Necklace: Banana Republic, $13
Shoes: Colin Stuart c/o MJR Sales, $25



1. White House Colorblocked Pumps, $59.99
2. Dillard's Colorblocked Pumps, $89.99
3. Jessica Simpson Colorblocked Pumps, $89

22 comments:

  1. This is one of my favorite outfits yet!  I CAN'T believe you scored those shoes for $25.  So awesome.

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  2. This is a great outfit! Love the leather skirt and the color block shoes.  I do tie my jackets in the back too. I thought I was the only one that did that.  Heather

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  3. those are some killer heels. 

    http://amyfashionblog52.blogspot.com/

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  4. That skirt looks awesome J!


    www.theprettyfactor.blogspot.com

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  5. Those shoes....*bowing*....just WOW!!!!  Great outfit!!!

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  6. I also tie my coats in the back!  Love the White House shoes you posted too, but now I might have to get them....

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  7. amazing Shoes! I've never thought of doing that with my coats. You just turned my world upside down!
    http://work-it-blog.blogspot.com/

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  8. Love the shoes!  I found this pair that are very close.
    http://www.jseverydayfashion.com/2011/10/todays-everyday-fashion-colorblocked.html#disqus_thread

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  9. OMG THOSE SHOES?! Gorgeous!

    Michelle
    www.pinqueblog.com

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  10. This one!
    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_05441671000P?prdNo=28&blockNo=28&blockType=G28

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  11.  Your new shoes are so hot!! I think two-toned shoes are so fun and versatile and your new ones are great! I'm also loving the leather skirt! I have a mini one but would love a knee length one that I could dress up for more formal occasions! Or even to rock one at work- but I still haven't decided whether I think it'd be appropriate! 

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  12. love those shoes!!
    black and camel, my new fav color combo
    brett

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  13. I'm obsessed with these shoes now...what's the style name? Great mix of black and camel, very casual yet classy!

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  14. wow, love the heels and the price. great look.
    http://cactusandcucumber.blogspot.com/

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  15. This might be my favorite outfit--- I need those shoes.

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  16. Those shoes are really fun!  I have seen some adorable color blocked heels, but am hesitant to buy because I don't think I'd get too much use out of them!

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  17. check this out! Your shoes are in a movie :)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcwblaoZCiI

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  18. I tried on those White House Black Market shoes. I needed a bigger size and they didnt have it. I was super sad.

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  19. LOVE your shoes!!!   You do such an awesome job at relating to everyday women on a budget!!

    follow each other?
    krissykreates.blogspot.com

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  20. Sara_ItsAboutTheLookOctober 13, 2011 at 6:07 PM

    Those shoes you're wearing are SO HOT!! And I LOVE the red and pink ones in the middle, below. :)

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  21. I LOVE this outfit!  The shoes!  The runched trench/blazer!  The skirt!  The necklace!  Everything is so cute and ties together so well.  

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