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City girl

Sometimes I wish I lived in the city. Not the kinda city that makes it one because it has mounds of traffic and plastic surgery (because that's the sorta place I live NOW, actually)...but rather, a place where you can get away with wearing just about anything at any time of day, and where ladies dress in formal attire when attending a show or even a steak dinner. Fashion forward sorta atmosphere, ya know?! There are very few occasions in my southern-cali-life where I can get away with satin heels or Badgley Mischka. But today, I'm livin' the dream and being tempted to purchase some city girl shoes!

MIU MIU has a sweet little sale spinning around right now, and a few of their gorgeous creations caught my eye! One being this pump from their YOOX Collection for Fall-Winter. The suede, geometric design is simply statement-making, and the scalloped backing is like no other pump! If only I was a size 10 (if you are, snag this only size left!)!

Elizabeth and James can do no wrong in my eyes. Nope, I'm not talking about two sweet cousins of mine, I'm talkin' about the co-designed brand belonging to former Full House-ers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen! These peep-toe E & J 'Lilly' boots fit well into their signature collection of feminine + masculine threads. 100% stretch satin, and laced up the back of that 4" heel...oh mama, you're gonna turn Uncle Jesse heads!

Ummm, pretty sure I saved my best for last: Badgley Mischka has done it again, and takes the cake with their 'Olaf' ankle boot. The mesh lace & leather upper combined with a true satin ribbon to finish, makes this peep-toe creation your winter go-to shoe! Perfect for my holiday parties & New Years celebrations...don'tcha think?!

Do YOU wish you were a city girl too?

xoxo,
holly in heels
P.S. Only a few more days to ENTER MY GIVEAWAY! Get on it, sista!

Comments

  1. I know EXACTLY what you mean ... I wanna live in a place where Uggs and Juicy track suits ARE NOT the height of style and where $200 jeans and miles of cleavage hanging out of a sparkly low cut top isn't considered "dressed up".

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  2. Those are all amazing!

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  3. Oooh, those Elizabeth and James booties are to DIE for!
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  4. I'm a size 10, I am checking it out now!

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  5. I concur my vision board has my final ( well,not final final lol )destination either Paris ( France not Texas ) or Manhattan. Milan or London are acceptable :) Love the harlequin Miu Miu heels but not anywhere near a 10 :(

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  6. these styles on your post are totally my favorite,xoxo

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  7. Eeep!!! I love the last two pairs. Super sweet and sexy too. I definitely wish I lived in a more "city-like" atmosphere. I get "stares" when I have anything over 3" high on. LOL. It doesn't bother me though.. I dress the way I feel, even though I live in such a causal town. :)

    How are you doing babe? Hope all is well!

    xx Love & Aloha

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  8. I assure you I am not a "stylish sweetheart", but I wanted to say I LOVE THE NEW LOOK! You go, girl!

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