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Put some spring in your step!

It's sort of a winter-ish, windy day outside my window, but nonetheless, I'm excited for SPRING! No doubt we'll be seeing a whole lotta coral colors, lace textures, and neutral-toned shoes. Here are a few lil' items that are makin' me stoked on spring.

The Hive & Honey Embroidered Sundress IS spring itself--radiant coral color and the embroidered detail are DELISH.

Tinley Road makes this great, dainty and sorta hippie-inspired 'Sarahh' sandal. An easy-to-manage 3-inch heel and the multiple-strap ankle details are makin' this kick so so special!
Elizabeth and James has done it again--check out the amazing olive color of this strappy thang: the 'Tari' sandal. A bit on the pricey side, but style just might be worth it!

Dear Mia Shoes: don't make me do it...you are tempting meeee! The Mia Limited Edition 'Seville' wedge sandal is the perfect spring-in-your-step shoe. Ready for a day at the mall, walkin' on that breezy boardwalk, or even headin' out for a night on the town--the khaki color of this fine shoe is all ready for you to pair with any outfit this season!

You stoked for spring like I am yet?

xoxo,
holly in heels
DON'T FORGET to enter my high heel giveaway, ladies (or gentlemen, if you feel like scorin' some maaaayyyjor points!)! It just might be your lucky day.

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  1. I LOVE that dress! What a fabulous color. And those last wedges are amazing.
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  2. Wow love that dress & of course the heels. I think I need to hang something "springish" in front of my closet so this snow stops depressing me!!!!!

    http://www.horsesandheels.com

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  3. I am really feeling that sundress...wish I was in Sunny So Cal so I could wear it lol :) Whitney

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  4. *gaaaaasp! I'm in love...both the Elizabeth and James heel and the Mia Wedge are HEAVEN!!

    chloe ** http://flowerponychloe.blogspot.com

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  5. love the coral dress, it's so cute!

    www.adorablydeliciouslp.blogspot.com

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  6. I love the Elizabeth and James heels... they're the perfect height and I LOVE the leather-wrapped ankle!

    So glad I found your blog, too!

    -xoxo Noe ADELLA AVENUE

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  7. great to see you on jill's "it" list (i'm on there too:) i cannot wait for spring and now i can't wait to shop for spring shoes. i'm looking forward to staying updated on your blog!

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  8. I'm loving coral...always make me think of spring...and I. Love the balance of the neutral

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  9. This kind of shoes never will lose its charm and beauty. A number of fashions and styles in no way fade away.
    evening shoes

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