Ann Taylor Factory skirt (old, altered), Sunday in Brooklyn cardigan (sold at Anthro)
Sole Society Jenn heels c/o (7 colors, starts in sz 4+), Parentesi tote (old)
Hope you all had a fantastic weekend! We've been busy hosting a steady stream of visitors, touring lighthouses along the coast and treating ourselves at quaint ice cream parlors. Any favorite recommendations for either would be appreciated : )
Summertime is officially here and I've been loving fresh white with pops of color for the office. I mixed embossed flowers with dots here for texture, and finished with coral suede shoes. These pumps are in my new favorite d'orsay cut with a low, walkable 2.5" heel. They come in several colors plus a cute tartan print. And good news for small-footed ladies sick of being limited to kids shoes - Sole Society just started offering down to size 4!
Material of most SS shoes either come in genuine suede or man-made patent. The suede here is of medium weight and feels good quality for the price points. With this Jenn style, I took my regular sz 5 here and found them to fit true to size (didn't feel half size big like the site indicates) and comfy off the bat. I personally like toe cleavage with pumps, so do prefer shoes a little lower cut. I also tried their best-seller Anneke on for size, which showed a little more toe and fit more narrow throughout. The "adobe" color in either style is great for lengthening shorter legs without too high of a heel. I wouldn't typically go pattern crazy for work, but the basic black + white palette here helped tone down the whimsy. My current group errs on the casual side of business casual, so I'd swap the flower power out for a summery tweed jacket or fringe cardigan at formal offices.Thank you to Sole Society for sponsoring this post. See my picks, including more styles in sz 4+: