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It’s no secret that shoes have the power to either make or break an outfit. And, it appears nobody understands this concept better than Mary Katrantzou. Known best for her dizzying floral splashes, the London-based designer stepped in a new direction this spring and went totally
brogue rogue. That's right, she's swapped out her digitalized flowers in favor of footwear this season.
In her latest offering, you’ll find magnified sneaker and brogue motifs emblazoned on everything from work-appropriate dresses and skirts to weekend-perfect tops and tees. And, because we’re always looking for an excuse to shoe-shop, we’ve found real-life steppers that resemble the line’s prints. Indeed, this is one time when it’s totally okay to match your clothes to your shoes. Click through to kick your style up a notch, and tell us what you think of Katrantzou’s latest collection, below.
Like headlining acts, every music festival has a distinct style vibe. Coachella is California cool. Bonnaroo is distinctly boho. And, Pitchfork, which went down this weekend in Chicago, has an edgy, downtown feel that can be as eclectic as the indie fest’s varied lineup.
From kimono jackets to leather motos on top of read
Fall clothes are a hard sell when it's still 90 degrees in the shade of a Prospect Park elm, and Mister Softee's siren song calls to us from every corner. But, for a moment, close your eyes (preferably in front of an air conditioner), cast your mind forward a few months to crisp, autumn air, and remember how life-givingly read