Ruffled Arm Sweater (wearing xs) | Ripped Jamie Jeans | Shoes | Similar Travel Tote

Hello November 1st, that snuck up on us! I had a few minutes to venture over to Central Park between meetings today to see the view of 20,000 some trees at their peak fall colors. SO pretty! The 60 degree weather here has been perfect for walking around with a light sweater like this cute ruffle sleeve one and jeans. It comes in two other colors!

Today’s post is all about the five pairs of shoes I wear the most often from Nordstrom’s shoe collection. Nordstrom is wear I buy the majority of my shoes because they have such a great selection of brands and have a very reasonable price point. Steve Madden shoes are pretty much taking over my closet because they’re all so cute and affordable. Here are the 5 pairs that get the most use and why..

Comfortable Flats/Travel Shoes: 

I love these Steve Madden flats that come in a few different colors. I’m not much a flats girl, but when I’m traveling or doing a lot of walking (like in NYC this week), I love wearing these slide ons. Comfortable and the one’s I’m wearing are only $59 right now:

My Go-To heels: 

You’ve seen these in so many of my posts. They’re the perfect height, they come in *20* other colors/patterns. I have the black, nude, grey, and blush. They pretty much look good with any outfit:

Black Booties for Winter:

With all my black and grey winter outfits, these black booties will be getting a lot of use this season. Comfortable and love wearing these with jeans or leggings.

Tan Booties for Winter:

It’s smart to have a pair of tan and black staple booties in your shoe collection for fall/winter. I’m obsessed with these Kristin Cavallari slouchy booties and linked two other similar pairs I love as well:

Tennis Shoes:

I talk about these all the time, but the Nike Juvenates are by far my favorite sneakers:


Thanks for reading, hope you’re having a good week! 

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  • Eden

    What size shoe do you wear?

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