Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Wear It Wednesday - Shoes For All!

There have been countless comments about my shoes in previous posts so today I am going to show you the same look again and again with different shoes and a different bag. (That is the only thing that changes.) 
This exercise will show you how easy it is to adjust a look to fit your desired shoe style and heel height. 



These animal print flat loafers are by Vince Camuto and the bag is by Coach.





These metallic wedge sandals are by Kenneth Cole Reaction. The straw clutch bag is old from T.J.Maxx.





These Børn loafers have about a one inch heel. The Tignanello bag is old from Stein Mart. 





These Vince Camuto cork platform heels with ponyskin animal print uppers are old from Nordstrom. The Alberta di Canio handbag is from T.J.Maxx.



 The half tucked white top and the So Lifting Slim Leg Jeans in the color Rio Del Plata are from Chico's.  ‪#‎DestinationDenim‬
The belt is by Ralph Lauren via Belk.

Thank you for joining me on this journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are the best!

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15 comments:

Jane Beckenham said...

Great example of how to change an outfit, Susan. I love the top look with it tucked in the front, though do you think this is ok for someone who isn't as slim as yourself
Jane

Lady of Style said...

Love the silver sandals and the clutch with this look, Susan! Accessories and shoes are essential and can create totally different looks, I agree.
The half tucked in blouse looks trendy and young.
You look fabulous and chic as always!

Annette | Lady of Style

Susan Street said...

If you are comfortable with the look and it makes you happy... I say enjoy it. I've seen plus size gals with half tucks they looked great.

Joy Taylor said...

I love the animal print loafers and metallic wedges...great look!!!

Anonymous said...

I choose look number 3 for me and you too. The last look is too high and looks like you're trying to be 25, the others are okay, I'm not a flat shoe wearer. Thanks for sharing these fun styles with us.

Enjoy the day !

Anonymous said...

I said look 3, but I guess it was 2, the silver saddle look is the best.

( I'm easily confused-teehee)

Anonymous said...

Is the "half tuck" a specific type of shirt or just a regular shirt half tucked in? If so, what type of shirt works best.

It's interesting to see which purse you choose for each pair of shoes. Would love to read your thoughts about this someday.

Thanks for all you do!
Lindy D.

Claudia Schmidt said...

You have the greatest shoes, Susan! I just can't really wear anything that is as high as the ones you wear, but once in a while on date night with my husband I wear them and it really does make the entire outfit look so much more polished.

LoriM said...

This is great - I need to try that half-tuck thing, esp if it makes me look skinnier.

That's interesting about the heels with these jeans. You rolled the jeans UP - I always think pants have to come down over the tops of shoes... I'm having a hard time getting used to this ankle pants with heels look. Don't think I can pull it off myself but looks great on YOU!

Susan Street said...

The half tuck is simply tucking only the front of a shirt in. Notice how really happy I look in the platforms in the last pic. That's the true me. I do not enjoy flat shoes.

Susan Goins said...

Susan you look great! Love all the shoes.

Cindy said...

Like several others, my favorite is the silver-tone sandals. Cool to see the other combinations though. Thanks for your insight!

Donna said...

My favourite is the shot with the silver sandals. Thank you for going the extra mile to show how different an outfit looks by changing the shoes and bag. I agree with you that a higher heel is a snazzier look. Just wish my body agreed.

Anonymous said...

"We" have good taste; as I have the same shirt. Love the look.....Lydia

Anonymous said...

To be honest, the shirt tucked only in the front just looks sloppy on everyone. In or out, one or the other, please! You are much too fastidious to wear that look.