When I originally heard of the idea of shoe clips all I could think about were those annoying clips that we use to have to wear on our shoes, that would bother the tops of my feet and couldn’t wait to take them off. Then I began to discover a whole new love for them when I realized I could create shoe clips that I liked and not just some generic ones from the 80s (not that there’s anything wrong with those–just not for me). Plus these make a great addition to your spring flats.
In this DIY I’m going to show you how to create your own shoe clips, you may even become addicted and start making several.
“Those are cute shoes!”
“Love that dress!”
“Where did you get that necklace?”
“That new hair color looks great on you!”
Do any of these comments sound familiar? Now, think to yourself did any of these compliments come from a fellow woman or a man. I don’t know about you, but very rare will you find a man complimenting a woman on her shoes or even noticing her new hair color. Check out the article from the Daily Mail a couple of years ago. I remember saying this to my husband and his friend one night during one of our many debates and they didn’t believe me. As women we can be the biggest supporters of other women, but the biggest competitors with other woman–both at the same time! So here’s a poll, let us know what you think and feel free to leave comments on this topic!
Most women are shoe whores, especially me. However, I get super excited when I find a cute pair of shoes that are comfortable. As women we know that a lot of time what’s “cute” isn’t necessarily comfortable or functional even. I saw these pink and orange flats on the Nine West site and was hesitant at first since most pointy toe flats are never really comfortable to begin with. So I scrolled over to the reviews and it got really good ones. So I figured what the heck, let’s buy these! When they arrived I immediately tried them on. I was even more elated when I was able to walk around in them and not have to “break them in.” Now I wish I bought the blue pair too! They are a very true fit, so no need to buy a size smaller or larger. These are a definite “buy” so go ahead and purchase a pair before they run out of your size!!!
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I will be the first to tell you that being pregnant during these summer months has been a challenge. Besides for dealing with being hot all the time, as my bump gets bigger my wardrobe options are dwindling–in my closet that is. However, just because your expecting doesn’t mean you can’t look beautiful. Here are some wonderful maternity and non-maternity (yes that’s right you don’t need to buy every article of clothing labeled maternity) styles that I’ve used this summer that have been helpful
Spring is almost here! These are some of the picks that I’m going to love this spring. As a matter of fact I’m going to start counting down the days because this cold weather has to bye-bye!!
Let your paintbrush take you places. This is exactly what Etsy Artisan, Crafttastrophe did with her paintbrush. Want a unique pair of shoes that no one will have? Just check out her Etsy store with her variety of heels all painted with various designs and colors. My favorite is this stiletto Uber Grunge Handstamped boots. Finally, a pair of shoes that no one else will have…now that’s unique!
I’m on the hunt to find the cutest silver booties for my adorable little niece. Of course I went to one of my favorite sites in the world, “Etsy” to find the most darling little booties. I came across Lilcubby and not only did they have cute booties, but neat little onesies. Check out some of their crafty merchandise.