I can't get over the fact that Fall clothing and shoes are already starting to pop up in stores - it just officially became Summer! As the fashion world turns...
But here's something to look forward to: the beginning of Theory's Fall shoe collection, full of brown, grey, ivory, patent, and suede Mary Janes, pumps and flats. I just love Theory because they always make such classic but simultaneously modern shapes - like these patent Mary Janes, for instance. They almost make me want to forget it's Summer and get ready for Fall!
The Mary Jane is an iconic shoe. It's a shoe that both a mother and daughter can wear. It's a classic; it's a staple. It's one of those items that can be recreated over and over and will never get old. And today we have sky high Mary Janes. With that same youthful strap, or two, across the top, these MJs are a force to be reckoned with, or shall I say, those who wear them are. If you're a bit sky high shy, here are some tips on how to survive killer heels!
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Mary Janes are one of my all time favorite shoe styles...although this vintage style is often abused. Shame! Take these DKNY Shelly Rivet Mary Janes, $100, for example. They attempted to toughen up the MJ with black leather and studs but these are just not right. I think they would have been perf if they just had the row of gold studs along the bottom, and not on the toe. The shape of the shoe is very feminine, so they got that right. What do you all think?
Green Toe Shoes are the newest line made by Simple. They're made from all-natural, sustainable materials such as jute, cork, crepe (a natural rubber), cotton, recycled car tires, wool, bamboo, and recycled plastic bottles.
We know they're good for the environment, but what do you really think about them?
When we are getting ready for Fall back in August, we told you that Mary Janes would be totally in this season. Well, Fall is here and Mary Janes have been spotted everywhere. Another fun twist on the classic style is the Mary Jane wedge. I particularly like wedges because they allow you to wear a high heel, but are actually relatively comfortable. Here are some of my picks for Mary Jane Wedges:
The Designer Options:
Tapeet Patent Leather Mary Jane Wedge, $350, Available here
Cynthia Vincent Mary Jane Wedge, $420, Available here
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A few weeks ago we highlighted Mary Janes as one of fall's biggest shoe trends. But different takes on this classic, playful look just keep popping up in stores, so here are a few more styles to try.
Delman Patent Mary Jane Pump, $295, available here.
Moschino Irpo Mary Jane, $523.95, available here.
Prada Studded Mary Jane Pumps, $542, available here
Three more affordable options, so read more