Roundups of wedge-heeled footwear keep popping up in my feeds, and I’m seeing them in just about every shoe store here as well. If you’re interested in getting a new pair too, these three links are for you:
From a wedge sandal with a cheerful cherry print to raffia sandals with a relaxed Summer vibe, these 25 pairs look very fun.
Looking for a budget-friendly pair? Popsugar found 10 pairs under $30 on Amazon.
Fab Links from Our Members
L’Abeille enjoyed all the outfits in Tiffany blue in the jeweller’s new video campaign.
She also wanted to share this article about the Manolo Blahnik exhibition at the Toronto Bata Shoe Museum.
La Belle Demimondaine has a collection of inspiration boards on Pinterest, but never really considered how they might be put to practical use. This stylist demonstrates how she actually uses them to plan and alter wardrobe pieces.
Kari thought this overview celebrating the sartorial choices of late writer Tom Wolfe was interesting.
Gigi came across this video on getting dressed in the 14th century.
Vildy, who is interested in the psychology of merchandising, found this article on how retailers choose in-store music very informative.
“Fashion, an industry dominated by women’s wear and buoyed by female dollars, with an image sold by women to women, is still largely run by men.” Like the Season is intrigued by the results of a new study on gender inequality in the fashion industry.
Shevia thinks Racked has been publishing some interesting articles lately, like this one about “Mom hair”.
Krishnidoux finds Bon and Ton, a couple that wears coordinating outfits, very cute and inspiring.
kkards directs us to this article on how to accept a compliment: “I think the writer nicely lays out that here in the US, often a compliment isn’t just a compliment, but really is the opening line in a person to person conversation.”
The part about the tight dress taking a backseat in this article on the royal wedding stood out to Sal because it made her realise why one or two of hers are just not getting worn right now.