Christmas is right around the corner! How has time flown so fast!? If you’re like me, you still have a million things to check off of your to-do-list. I’ve got so many things to do to get ready for the big day, and all I have to say is thank goodness for comfortable & chic shoes that are going to help me do so!
Today, I’m teaming up with Naturalizer to share a stylish look perfect for those hustle & bustle days of the holidays. I love that this outfit is super chic yet ridiculously comfortable for toting around a toddler & hopping in and out of the car all day! More on why below ….
Okay, y’all, how fun are these patent leather blue loafers!? I can’t get over how much I love them! Naturalizer’s August Loafer comes in several different colors of patent leather & suede and their elevated style is so on trend this season. They also are non-slip, which is something that is extra-important now that I am constantly carrying the most precious of cargo! 😉 I also love that these are so so easy to dress up & down. Paired with jeans and a simple tee or blouse, they instantly elevate a look. They are also a comfortable alternative to heels when wearing a dress!
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I styled my blue loafers with my favorite high-waisted jeans and a larger than life ruffled blouse that’s less than $20! Now that “No white after Labor Day” is a thing of the past, I pull out my favorite bright whites year-round. The best way to make them seasonal is by pairing them with darker jeans and accessories. Like my navy blue earrings that conveniently match my shoes!
I’ve been slipping these pretties on with jeans and sweaters for errand running pretty much every day this past week. Who else is thrilled that we’re still able to wear sweaters in Houston right now!? I don’t remember it feeling this cool last December and I just can’t complain! Anywho, hope you all find a moment to enjoy and appreciate the hustle and bustle of the holiday season! I find that that can be half of the fun of it!
photos by Ban Avenue
Thanks to Naturalizer for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own.