How This Style Pro Modernizes The Iconic Penny Loafer

It's hard to believe that Steffy Kuncman ever thought no one would read her style blog, Steffy's Pros and Cons. Truth be told, between snaps of her adorable little daschund and her vintage-inspired flare, we find it hard going a week without peeking at her posts. Our guess is that her day job as a visual merchandiser at J.Crew has something to do with it. Yep, that's probably it.
The 26-year-old Long Island native finds time before work and on the weekends to post outfit pics on her blog, so it's clear she loves a good challenge. That's why our friends at G.H. Bass & Co. asked her to create two modern outfits with its two-toned and candy-colored steppers, which — spoiler alert — she pulled off with aplomb.
Click through to see both of Kuncman's so-chic outfits, and if you're up for the challenge yourself, just Instagram your own stylized G.H. Bass penny loafers with #powertothepenny.
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"I am going for a walk with my daschund, Claude, to get a cup of iced coffee on Lincoln Road in South Beach! With a high-waisted pleated skirt and a Peter Pan collared top, I was going for a vintage-inspired Parisian-chic look. Something casual, but still stylish."
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"The gorgeous mahogany color of the penny loafers added such lovely color to the neutral navy-and-white color scheme." G. H. Bass 2-Tone Weejuns Burgundy, $108, available at G. H. Bass.
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Kisses for Claude!
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"These G. H. Bass penny loafers are my new go-to shoe. They can work with any of my outfits and are perfect for walking around South Beach."G. H. Bass Patent Weejuns Orange, $128, available at G. H. Bass.
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"I am constantly walking everywhere, so I love wearing loafers for comfort."
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"I always strive to be unique, but not look too out of place! I never like to feel costume-y."