Sponsored by Zappos
Happy Hump Day, everyone! How is the week going? The first part of my week has been relatively low key (thank goodness), but it’s ramping up starting today. I have a meeting this morning and am attending an Indie Beauty Expo this afternoon. I love learning about new products so it should be fun! I will keep you all posted on it. Today, I am partnering with ZapposxSpring Step to show you these great hand-painted sandals by L’Artiste. ZapposxSpringStep are partnering together to bring you some great designed shoes that are made with quality and craftsmanship of authentic European traditions. Spring Step® shoes combine quality, comfort, technology, and style to bring you everything necessary in a shoe!
When I got these beautiful sandals with the laser-cut floral upper, the first thing that went through my head was to wear them with my flared ripped jeans and an embroidered lace top to give it a boho/seventies (vintage) vibe, and that’s exactly how I am wearing them. These sandals screamed boho in my brain but can be worn with so many other looks. They would be so cute with a solid tee shirt dress, any color denim or shorts, skirts, and well, you get it!
The sandals have a microfiber padded insole making them super comfortable. The heel height is 2 1/4 inches making it the perfect height summer shorts and skirts and they come in two other colorways. I don’t think I’ve seen hand painted, and laser cut together on a shoe, but I think this is so fun for the summer months.
Spring Step® does make beautiful shoes, and I wanted to link a few of my other favorites for you to see. I think this beige sandal is the perfect shoe to have on hand to wear with everything in your closet. When in doubt, grab this shoe! White shoes are so hot right now, and I really like this white leather cut-out sandal. The beading on this sandal makes it so fun for shorts, jeans, and little dresses. There are so many cute styles to choose from in the Spring Step collaboration with Zappos.
I hope you all have a great Wednesday! xx
Photos: Mary Summers Hafner