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Earth Day edition

So today is Earth Day--the day that we bust out our recycling bins and earthy green clothes, plant trees and celebrate Miss Mother Earth! And in honor of this globe-lovin' day, I thought it'd be fun to show off some eco-friendly shoes. Yep, they're out there, and not as ho-hum as you might think...

Payless (I know, don't kill me, but they're cute you must admit!) carries a sweet line called Zoe&zac and these Currant peep-toes are fully made of organic cotton and flax seed blend, and finished off with a recycled rubber sole. I'm diggin' the amethyst shade of the shoe--a cool color accent to any spring or summer outfit. Super comfy-lookin' and only $25! Mother Earth herself would be proud of your bargain-hunting skills in this case!
Naturalizer Naya 'Arnelli' sandals are also a hit with richly colored chrome-free leather in a T-strap sandal style. The real statement comes in the Mother of Pearl ornament--super unique & pretty detail! A nickel-free metal buckle, recycled elastic goring, sustainable cork and rubber footbed all give this heel an A+ in earth-love! Basic wood & white heels are that name of the game with these Naturalizer Naya 'Telluride' sandals. Made from chrome-free leather or organic cotton, the heel sling strap with the gathered fabric at the sides gives a cute, girly bunched look. All of this is finished with a recycled cork outsole and 2 1/2" sustainable bamboo heel with an eco-friendly finish. You're guaranteed to be one modern tree-hugger in these sandals!
Happy Earth Day! It's good to be here.
holly in heels


  1. Oh, the Zoe&Zac ones would be super cute with shorts!
    xxoo Josie

  2. The Naturalizer heels are adorable, and I would bet they're pretty comfortable. Very cute sandals!

  3. the flats are so cute!!

    I hope you had a lovely Earth Day #40 yesterday! Happy Friday and have a great weekend!


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