Fancy Feet

May 29, 2017   /   byAnh  / Categories :  Feeds

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fancy feet
clockwise from top left:
denim pump // black embellished pump // camel suede pump // blue suede slide // navy pom pom slide // pointed toe flat // jute slide // coral suede espadrille

It’s been a ridiculously crazy week (finishing up the mini renovation, cleaning, moving things in…) and yet there’s still so much more to do. Good thing shopping can be so therapeutic, ha! Just some of my favorite designer shoe finds on sale right now. Hope you had a wonderful weekend, I’ll be back with an outfit post tomorrow!

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