Monday, 30 October 2017


Hi all! 

I've been on a hiatus of sorts from blogging lately. I just haven't found a whole lot that I want to write about. I've also really been wanting to change the blog name - especially since I am no longer an "undergrad"... There's lots of changes I'd like to make and I hope to have a plan set in place and set in motion by the end of the year. 

Anyways, I have a few pair of shoes for fall that I wanted to share. 

First up: these loafers.

I've longed for a pair of the Everlane Modern loafers for so long, so when I saw these ones from The Bay, I grabbed them. Especially since they are part of the Bay Days sales! They look SO similar. I really loved the Madewell leather loafers in brown but they seemed to go fast. And I hate paying for duty... 

When I first wore these shoes, it was for a full day on my feet - and they were still comfy at the end. Needless to say, you need these. Even if you don't think so.

Also part of the Bay Days sale? These heeled loafers.

(Sidenote: they look MUCH better in person. The Bay really needs to work on their website and photography because they don't do all of their products justice. In my opinion. End side note) 

Now, maybe I've been watching too much Friends lately, but I love these. I mean, they scream Rachel Green, from seasons 1-6, to me. 

And now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure my mom has like nine variations of this shoe in her closet... #90's.

I don't think they're too tacky or showy, but just a nice little closed toed heel. They are super 90's but also can totally be dressed up for 2017 - at least, I think so... The proportions are nice - the heel isn't too high and is also a block heel (none of that starts-thick-then-thins-out crap), and not a ton of frills. I've been on the hunt for a cute pair of Mary Jane heels as well but, so far, no luck.

Both of these guys are work appropriate and also can be great casual options. Maybe more so for the low heeled ones, but I think we could make the heeled ones work! Because I gotta have faith, faith, faith...