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Something Fresh

I have a dear friend who just adores the color green. It's so sweet, because whenever I see her, she's managed to splash the color green into some element of her outfit--whether it be shoes or accessories or a funky hair ornament--she's always bringin' the green! I think it charms me the most because she said once that the color reminds her of growth and freshness and the start of something new. What a good thought.

Well today that thought inspired to me to hunt down happy green kicks, just in time for spring 2010. I knew I could find 'em! Some of which I've actually purchased myself, so I'll tell you how they fit when they land on my doorstep. In the meantime:
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These BP. 'Geneva' Platform Sandals can only be found at the adored Nordstrom.com (very similar to these Mia 'Cristina' wedges on Piperlime, though). They're at a killer price and are perfectly paired with wide-leg linen pants or pretty spring dresses. The green suede on these is just so striking, it gives you a perfect grassy burst of color.

And how about these Miz Mooz 'Waverly' Sandals to add a retro spin to your modern-girl outfit?! Perfectly curved & slender glossy green straps wrap right up the foot to the back ankle zipper. A short & sweet 2 1/2" heel promises comfy all-day wear.
If it's the Bohemian chick look that you're after, you've met your match with these Frye 'Dara' Sandals. A chunky wooden-heeled & studded platform is designed with a fabulous teal green leather, and just the right amount of shabby-chic to spice up any solid spring outfit.

Here's to something fresh! Happy Spring.

xoxo,
holly in heels

Comments

  1. I LOVE the top pair. That green is honestly to die -- it does feel really fresh.
    xxoo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  2. i don't have any green shoes but I love the ones that you picked!

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  3. Found my cute green suede wedges I ordered a few weeks ago waiting on the doorstep for me when I got home, and now wearing them around my house (BP. Geneva platforms)! They are GORGE and I don't wanna take them off!
    xoxo,
    holly in heels

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  4. loving the frye platforms! the color is so fun (and i agree, fresh!)

    www.bootiesbagsbaubles.blogspot.com

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  5. The Geneva platforms are amazing! Keep posting these great finds!

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