As I write this, I am taking many hours from my getaway to France. My bags are packed and I’m dreaming of taking my first bite of chocolate croissant and rinsing with espresso – all while getting dressed Parisian style, sure. I had to be very picky about which items in my overseas wardrobe, as I plan to fill my suitcase with vintage pieces and snacks, so I tweaked the collection. his shoes down significantly. That one pair did make cuts? Mine Old Navy Linen-Blend Pointy-Toe Mule Flats ($25), it’s the epitome of luxury – if I say so myself.
It helps that the majority of the pieces I buy for spring are linen, and the shoes fit them perfectly (though it shouldn’t be hard to style these kids even if they don’t) . One reviewer who gave them a five-star review wrote that they liked the “casual look but overall formal.” I think that’s true – they’re super light and packable, but they also exude a flair that’s sure to elevate any look. And did I mention they’re only $25? Search for similar pairs on Google and you’ll find that most are over $100. I’ll stick with my Old Navy pair (for now anyway).
Since I haven’t touched France yet, I can’t attest to how my feet will feel after a day of walking. What I maybe Having said that, however, these shoes have an incredibly comfortable footbed. I’m not sure if it’s particularly appealing knowing that I’ve cuddled them around my one-bedroom apartment, but hey: they make me feel like I’m walking on pillows. Do I really need to say more?
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