After moving to the Midwest, many styles that weren’t in my LA wardrobe quickly became part of it. Some were easy to adopt. Others took some time to master. How to wear booties and ankle boots were the latter. It isn’t easy and makes you more frustrated than you’d ever think you could get about shoes. I’m breaking down my tips!Read More
If there’s anything I learned from moving to Chicago, it’s that cold weather gear is essential. Things like boots are not only fashionable but also functional. And every girl in the Midwest, east coast, and Canada needs this arsenal of boots to get her through winter.
I feel like this week has been the week of boots (and of course the 12 best fall scarves). If that tells you anything about my mentality this year, it’s that I plan to go into winter fully prepared. I’ve already found my favorite heeled bootand now I’ve found a great winter boot.
When I first moved to Chicago, one of the first things people told me was that I needed SOREL boots. Everyone I talked to who lived in a colder climate swore by them. They are the best. Really, they’re the only stylish waterproof boots out there. With fall here and winter soon to follow, it was time for me to refresh my boot closet (my boots get the most wear and tear here) so this year I went with these Danica Booties.
You guys already know my thoughts on peep toe boots when you’re in the Midwest. So let’s talk about more close toed ones! Like these super comfortable (not even exaggerating)taupe booties by Kork-Ease.