Fall Trend Try-On with DSW

   

Happy Tuesday! Today I'm partnering up with DSW for a fun "fall trend try-on." SO many of my clients are unsure as to whether or not they can "pull off" booties. I'm here to tell you you CAN, and I'm stepping a little bit outside my comfort zone with some trendy styles I might not normally try. 

Head to DSW Buckhead on October 27th to get trendy and try some new styles for yourself! You will earn 500 points just for every pair you try (1500 points = $10 certificate), AND for every pair of shoes tried on, you'll be entered to win 1 of 2 $100 DSW gift cards! Check out all the trends HERE, and see my picks below. 

The three styles I picked were...

1) New Western
2) Scallop
3) Mixed Media/Western 

...and I'm here to tell you why I love them all.

NEW WESTERN | I have never been into Western style boots because a lot of times I feel like they can look a little cheesy / cheap. Enter, the New Western bootie. I love so many things about this bootie; the fact that it's a slip-on, which is unique in and of itself, makes it so easy to throw on. The heel height is perfect and the cutout on the ankle is ultra-flattering! Perfect with distressed jeans and a cozy sweater.

SCALLOP | I am always drawn to scallops; on clothes, accessories and shoes. The scallop trend is super in right now and when I spotted these beauties, I knew I wanted them. The pointed to bootie is something that's a little new for me. I usually stick to something that's more in the middle of rounded & pointed, but I actually love these. They are ultra-comfortable and can also fall into that New Western category. The color is yummy and these are my new go-to casual booties.

MIXED MEDIA | This is something I have seen a lot of with blouses and clothing, but just now starting to see with booties. I am OBSESSED with these because they are so high-fashion and super easy to dress up or down. These are going to be my go-to booties with tights and dresses all fall and winter long. Perfect for parties, nights out, etc. I love the calf hair back and the suede fronts. Once again, you see the pointed toe, which I feel like dresses them up a good bit and sets them apart from other black booties.

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*Thank you to DSW for sponsoring this post