September 24th, 2014
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Mules’ Moment Cont.


Mules stormed back on to the fashion scene last year and were a popular spring shoe.  Although the satin Altuzarra’s were gorgeous, I knew I wouldn’t wear them often enough. And honestly, I thought that would be that for this shoe trend. But then I spied these by Chloé and realized that this style may have staying power. Love the stacked heel and buckles– I almost bought the flat version this past summer, both are good.



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    RemiSeptember 24th, 2014  6:12 AM

  • I would really love to see how you’d wear them, as I don’t really like them. But given your taste, I’m sure they would look good styled in a very elegant way !

    CarolineSeptember 24th, 2014  7:58 AM

  • Nice but so 90s.

    joannawnycSeptember 24th, 2014  9:18 AM

  • Mules in the past seem to have staying power. I am not the biggest fan of them, but I do like the current offerings that are more shoe like, with the back not flopping off at every step. I decided to buy a pair this summer and looked around for a not too expensive pair. Not much to be found in my neck of the woods, and even at online shoe sites they weren’t plentiful. So, I never got a pair. Made me wonder if the look hasn’t made its way down from high end lines to mainstream yet. I haven’t looked for Fall though. I actually prefer a closed toe mule, but I like the design and color of this one.

    AprilSeptember 24th, 2014  9:53 AM

  • I would wear them with jeans and a long sweater, just like this

    PrestonSeptember 24th, 2014  10:16 AM

  • I like this look and think mules have been re-worked from the ’90’s silhouette. It is a great shoe for those of us in a warmer climate–open enough for comfort, but substantial enough for fall. An entry for the “west coast feed” some have asked for!

    pindaSeptember 24th, 2014  1:06 PM

  • Sorry, mules are just too much work to keep on. Add to that the heel height , and it’s just not worth it. Maybe just to see and be seen in?

    SusanSeptember 24th, 2014  1:40 PM


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