As much I love suede, calf hair, and leather (real or faux) on my feet, it’s always good to have some shoes made of cheap man-made materials. If I’ve learned one thing living in Indiana for 9 years, it’s to expect the unexpected, especially in the winter. After my recent snow boot fail, I had decided to forget about trying to follow the weather forecast. I saw some snowflakes out the window, so I went for these all-weather heels in the hopes that not too much more would fall. I survived. Maybe “snow pumps” will become the new thing.
(Or maybe not. The future lawyer in me sees a lot of liability issues with marketing stilettos for icy conditions. Let’s scratch that idea. Snow strut at your own risk.)
Dress: Target (similar here and here)
Necklace: Target (bought recently but can’t find it online)
Shoes: Macy’s Style & Co. (similar)
Belt: came with another dress (similar)
Tights: Frenchi (If you’re in the market for some new black opaque tights, I recommend these! They’re really sturdy feeling and the waist band is super comfy. Pretty warm too.)
10 thoughts on “Snow Shoes…Sort of.”
Such a lovely outfit! Love the color palette x
I love the colors in this. I’m always hesitant to wear light shoes with dark tights, but this works.
I love the leopard and mustard combo. That necklace is the perfect touch of color!
Adorable outfit and I love that necklace.
love the combination of yellow and leopard:)
The Style Department
I always wear cheaper shoes during snowy days, would hate to see them get ruined!!!
Love ur cardigan 😀
Agreed! Any shoes I spent a pretty penny on, I save for days when there’s 0% chance of rain! Haha.
Love your skirt and the hues of this outfit. Really nice 🙂
The mustard yellow is really complementary with the animal print – great look!
You put together such great and unique outfits! This one included 🙂