Hang onto summer with a super seasonal, feminine pair of shoes. It’s August somehow already, which means there’s only a few short, precious weeks left in the summer, and only a few weeks left to enjoy your favorite pieces in your warm-weather wardrobe.
This week’s Goodwill find is an adorable pair of blue-and-white striped shoes that are all-out girly, and perfect for the end of the summer season. The bright blue and white color palette looks nautical, but the high heel, strappy styling, and oh-so-pretty bow over the toe makes these shoes look super feminine. The platform gives these shoes some serious height, but keeps them comfortable enough to walk around in, whether you’re wearing them for work or play.
Pretty up your transitional wardrobe. For the end of the summer, and even through the beginning of fall, we all want to hang onto those warm-weather looks as long as possible. Luckily, you can wear a pretty, nautically inspired pair of high heels like this one through the hottest months of the year and on into the chillier fall season. Wear them now with a gorgeous, vibrantly colored dress, like the brilliant blue one pictured here. In a light, airy fabric and loose-fitting cut, it’s an ideal outfit for the hot, humid end of summer. But as August moves into September, the days start to get shorter, and the temps begin to grow cooler, you can still easily pair a perfectly ladylike and polished pair of heels like this one with a classic, all-around-flattering piece like a pair of tailored cigarette pants and a timeless white tee-shirt.
While we all want to hang onto the end of summer as long as possible, you can take a little piece of summer with you well into the fall and the cooler season with a pair of darling, brightly colored heels like this one, spotted this week at my local Goodwill thrift shop.
Lauren Haslett writes “Goodwill Gems,” our weekly column about everything accessories here in A Good Look. She is a lover of fabulous fashion, a trained chef and a writer. Follow her on twitter.
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