One Piece, Two Ways

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{Madewell Oversized Cotton Shirt | Illesteva Round-Frame Mirrored Sunglasses | Margaret Elizabeth Starburst Studs | Elizabeth and James Mondrian Pave Ring | Mansur Gavriel Mini Bucket Bag | Frame Denim Le Garcon Boyfriend Jeans | Stuart Weitzman Nearlynude Suede Sandals}

My very stylish design assistant, Devon recently told me about her favorite new pair of shoes. She had just purchased Stuart Weitzman’s Nearlynude sandals in cork and said the stacked heel made them the most comfortable shoes ever. Of course, neutral cork goes with everything, so I have no doubt that she will wear them quite a bit this spring and summer! The Nearlynude sandals come in a lot of different colors, but my favorite happens to be the brown suede, which is chic and super versatile. Inspired, as I talk myself into why I need these sandals, I thought about all of the ways I could wear them. Super casual with jeans or at cocktail hour with a great dress, this chic sandal is sure to be a style staple.

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{Rebecca de Ravenel Les Bonbons Earrings | Vince Off the Shoulder Cotton Dress in Coastal Blue | J.Crew Orb Bracelet | Star Mela Afi Embroidered Clutch | Stuart Weitzman Nearlynude Suede Sandals}

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