Jacket: Macgraw via Farfetch, Dress: Whitefox, Undershirt: Nordstrom (Men’s), Bag: Polene, Shoes: Sarah Flint

As we shift from winter to the official start of spring we all start re-evaluating our wardrobes and doing a little much-needed spring cleaning. So that’s when I started thinking about my footwear choices. You guys know I’m all about a high-heels moment, but lately, I find myself running around town in flats whether it be to one of my step sons little league games, to a lunch meeting, to the grocery store, or even to Sunday brunch. I used to think that wearing flats would make me feel less glamorous, or less feminine, but I’ve recently learned that it all depends on the style you choose. When I slipped my feet into these Sarah Flint flats I felt polished and put together, they didn’t feel like an after thought or something that you throw on in a hurry, they seemed like something that you style your whole outfit around or find reasons to wear. The pointy-toed silhouette elongates my (5ft 4in) frame, while the delicate bow adds a touch of lady-like sophistication. Today I styled them with an orange shift dress, a mustard jacket and a tan top handle tote that’s perfect for a lunch meeting or brunch date with girlfriends. I think I may just be a flats girl after all!

Do you love these flats as much as I do?

Use my code KEENESTYLE50 to receive $50 off your first Sarah Flint purchase.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Xoxo -E


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9 comments

  1. Beautiful outfit. Inspiring color combo. The orange and yellow pop perfectly- and then the tan of shoes and bag compliment them nicely without overdoing it.

  2. Thanks for sharing these nice outfit tips which will help those who are looking to give their wardrobe a makeover this summer as you certainly look elegant and classy in the dress.

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