Tuesday, August 20, 2013

fall trends to try: pointed flats!

It's the most WONDERFUL time of the year around the blog these days as I kick off the "fall trends to try" series!!!! This is one of my all time favorite blog series' and while it has evolved over the years, it is still designed and brought to you to do two major things for you this fall: 1) clue you in on what I think are the easiest and most stylish trends to try this fall season and 2) give you tons of tips and tricks on how to style these trends for everyday wear. 

For the next few weeks this blog will be all-fall-all-the-time and when we are done you (and I) will have a firm plan for our fall style and back to school shopping (if that applies to you!). If you are like me, you absolutely love to comb the magazines, blogs and catalogs this time of year to see what the new trends are going to be for the season (or if you don't love that... don't worry, I'll do all the work for you!). However, I kept finding each season that the trends that the magazines and runways were predicting were just NOT suitable for my lifestyle as a busy mom (or for that matter... most everyday gorgeous ladies!). It left me bummed and discouraged. So instead of lamenting I just figured I would chart out my own trends for the season based on what I was seeing and loving in the stores, blogs, catalogs, etc and report them here to you. How easy is that?

There are just a few more trends that I will be covering in this series... it's so sad to see it come to a close!  Today's trend is pointed flats. I've long been a fan of pointed flats and this season I couldn't be more thrilled that they seem to be everywhere.  Pointed flats are classic, ultra flattering and quickly add a sophisticated feel to any look.

Here I chose my favorite picks and styled them up!

(above, left from top down: black, camo - LOVE!, silver toed, two-toned, right from top down: orange, leopard)

(above: boyfriend jeans, polka dot top, belt, sunglasses - swoon! gorgeous but $$$, clutchorange flats)

see you around...

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