Believe it or not, I haven't always been a shoe addict.
Especially when I was in college...my shoe collection washorrendous!
Now days, I can come up with any excuse to why I need a new pair. However, since I'm trying to be smarter about my purchases, I started thinking about what shoes give me the most bang for my buck.
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1. Suede Booties
These look great with rolled jeans, leggings, flowy skirts and dresses making them one super versatilechoice! Besides being way more comfortable (and warmer) than pumps.
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2. White Sneakers
Even if you are a heel girl, it's nearly impossible to wear themeveryday. White sneakers, like these Converse Chuck Taylor's, are are super comfy and look way better than than gym shoes or flip flops. Shown Converse Chuck Taylor Low Sneaker
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3. Wedge Heels
At first glance, no, thesearen'tthe most on-trend, flashy shoes...but hear me out! Wedges are the most comfortable heels (IMO) and if you are a career girl like myself, you know how important it is to have those go-to, can wear all day at a conference, shoes.
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4. Animal Print Pumps
If you follow this blog, you know I'm a sucker for animal prints - especially when it comes to shoes. They add the perfect pop of print to almost any outfit.
I love these gray/orange heels because the coloring is perfect for spring!
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5. Party Heels
Every girl needs a killer pair of heels for that special night out.
I'm sooo loving neon right now. Look what it does to a simple black and whiteoutfit. Prepare for me to recreate this outfit as soon as we get to 70 degrees.