Best of Chloe

Chloe. A French luxury fashion house founded in 1952 and sold in high end stores like Nordstrom, Saks (best collection) and Neiman Marcus. I absolutely LOVE this designer’s sophisticated pieces and clean lines – mostly their accessories like handbags, shoes and jewelry. Chloe has the absolute PERFECT shade of gray and THE prettiest pink for Spring. The calfskin leather is also amazing. Here are a few of my favorite pieces from their current collection. #wantitall 😩

Consider Chloe’s most popular handbag, The Marcie Medium Satchel. It comes in 12 colors (red not shown) and I can honestly see myself carrying most, if not ALL of them depending on the time of year. Pick ANY color… you can’t go wrong!!!

While we’re at it, take a look at Chloe’s 2017 Fall/Winter Runway on YouTube 😍 or check out #chloegirls on Instagram for the latest fashion trends.

Sophia for Barbie

I’ve told you about Designer Sophia Webster before (click HERE if you missed it). Now Sophia has introduced a new Barbie collection that, unfortunately at the moment is all shoes. When I first heard of this line I was excited about the possibilities. I mean, what girl doesn’t love a Barbie?

SW’s website currently shows 6 pair of shoes, which I’ve included pictures of for you below. If I had a little girl I would definitely buy her the tennis shoes. Oh wait, they only come in adult sizes. #fail

Sophia Webster’s Barbie collection offers the perfect way to inject the fashionista’s fabulous style into your own wardrobe. Printed with the iconic B and finished with a glittery heel, the Adele trainers put a wonderfully girly stamp on casual outfits.

Well, not actually? According to Vogue there actually ARE children’s offerings. So I did a little tech maneuvering (see tip #4) and found the mini versions on Selfridge’s website. Selfridge is sort of like Nordstrom (USA) for the UK. And apparently they have an exclusive distribution deal. So I now will change my statement: If I had a little girl I wold DEFINITELY buy us BOTH the Adelle sneakers, take a nice swanky shot and post it on the gram for all to see! #howcute would that be (you’re welcomed moms).

Happy Shopping! (or not).

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The History of Shoes

shoebookAre you a shoe fanatic? If so, you’re in for a treat! InStyle Magazine featured an upcoming book by Nancy MacDonald called The Shoe Book. “For centuries shoes have served as a form of expression that communicates to the world who we are or who we want to be.” The Shoe Book explores the history (1770+) and technologies that have shaped the designs and styles that continue to evolve. With contributions by Manolo Blahnik, Bruno Frisoni, Christian Louboutin, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Check out the video below and pre-order it on Amazon if you’re interested!