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This Cheeky Lookbook Takes X-Ray Soles To The Streets Of L.A.

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    When Tamara Ingham and Jasmine Yarbrough of Mara & Mine admit that their travels totally inspired their line of footwear — we believe 'em. And it's not just because the ladies source fabrics from faraway places like Italy and Spain, or that the skeleton-embellished styles for spring were credited to celebrate Mexican traditions. It's because these are shoes you'd actually want to travel in. Yep, that's right, there's not a heel in sight and these bad boys are beyond comfortable.

    Other than the versatility of the fancy footwear, we're head over heels flats for the details. Whether you prefer a silver spine or hand gripping your ankle, the sandals are oh-so perfect for days spent visiting L.A. landmarks, as exemplified by the models in the latest lookbook. And what could be better than spending lazy mornings in a pair of luxurious suede slippers with matching embroidered skeleton feet? No bones about it, these are some skeletons we'd love to have in our closets!

    Photo: Courtesy of Post + Beam

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