March 1st, 2019
#dressfromthefeetup

Long Shorts 2 Ways

Last spring I posted that I’m a huge fan of long shorts and wear them in lieu of skirts. Even though they can be worn for day or evening, it’s the shoes that ultimately make shorts work. The sandals above, similar to an Hermès pair from 2014, and the slingback below are what make these looks sing. NET-A-PORTER is spot-on: #dressfromthefeetup

Vince sandals, Prada slingback, Tibi shorts, Dries Van Noten white top, Stella McCartney black blouse, gold hoops, Buccellati diamond earrings, Bottega Pouch, Bottega woven clutch.

Some shoe styles (sandals above) 15% off with code SHOPSTYLE15

 

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  • You have just validated my thought that long shorts are looking fresh again. Thanks you.

    karenMarch 1st, 2019  8:57 AM

     
  • LOVED your post last year and agree that long shorts look amazing when styled well. It’s all about the shoes, too – isn’t it always 🙂

    NinaMarch 1st, 2019  9:30 AM

     
  • Those Vince sandals are great, thanks for the heads up on them.

    MaraMarch 1st, 2019  9:31 AM

     
  • Definitely remember discussing long shorts here and so wish I could wear them but will absolutely be buying the Vince sandals. Followed the link back to the Hermes pair and they are very (ahem) similar. Love that NAP tag line, always dress that way.

    SueMMarch 1st, 2019  4:36 PM

     
  • Yep, I can do this.

    ClaireMarch 1st, 2019  5:20 PM

     

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