Muted Sandals for Summer

Summer is so fun to dress for. Typically color is seen everywhere, dressing becomes more carefree, and sandals are a go-to. I recently partnered with Stuart Weitzman to share a pair of heels from their latest collection, Chaos of Hardware. I have always loved Stuart Weitzman shoes, not only because of how on point they are, but also because of how comfortable they are. I don't think I have ever had to 'wear in' a pair of their shoes. From loafers, to boots and heels, their shoes are always ready to wear. This specific heel from their new 'Chaos of Hardware' collection is called the Ella 80 heel and I fell in love with the color at first sight. Comparable to a periwinkle blue, the color is great for transitional seasons. I knew this color was going to be big as I saw it everywhere during Fashion Week last fall. The rounded heel and more almond shaped toe gives this shoe a sophisticated touch, while the hardware gives an unexpected ounce of edge. Truth be told, these heels were extremely comfortable and easy to walk in. I wore them all day long. At breakfast, I went to one of my favorite spots called Haute Cakes, in Newport Beach. For some reason, it reminds me of a little spot in Paris I love, so going here made me feel like I was back in Paris for a moment. Anyways, while at breakfast, someone complimented on my shoes and from that moment I knew they were going to be well-loved. Paired with a strong stitched dress, and a rounded bag in a similar hue, I wanted to keep this look polished without overdoing it. I always strive to keep a very relaxed style, something effortless but clean. I think these shoes are super versatile; I'd also wear them with vintage Levi's, a worn white tee and my favorite sunnies, which is my go-to outfit for summer; they would look so good with a light wash denim. I'm so excited to see how my summer fashion transitions and will keep these playing on repeat.