Another year of college (or high school) has just started. I thought now would be a great time to write this post to help motivate you to start off your new semester on the right foot. I have always worked really hard at school, and am proud of it. Now that I have graduated and entered the adult world, I wanted to pass down some things I learned during my academic experience. I graduated college with honors, and you can too!
Welcome to the Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale Summer 2016!!
I have been eyeing these designer flats for some time now. While I do own several Kate Spade, and Tory Burch shoes I do not classify them as luxury designer. But $700+ for a pair of shoes is not something that is in everyones budget. I do think it can be fun to save up, and splurge every once and a while. But at least for me, I can’t have everything I own be luxury/designer. I know most women first luxury shoe purchase is pair of pretty yet uncomfortable pair of Christian Louboutins. However I am not much of a heel girl, and know I would look at them more then wear them. If I am going to drop $700+ on a pair of designer flats I want them to be comfortable, classic, and something I can wear for years. I honestly think my first designer shoe purchase will be the Chanel flats, because they are adorable and fit my purchase qualifications. They also hold their value more then some other designer shoes. I am still undecided if I want a pretty nude (like above), or to go with a fun color like pink.