Time for some more shoe talk my dear shoe lovers!! Today is a special one! It’s all about Louboutins!! Please enjoy the video!
Please enjoy the following video as I show some of my favorite shoes from the Summer! Also, I add in a few surprise shoes!!
Well, year 5 of the Black Celebratory is in the books!! It was a beautiful night on campus as we were able to honor many African American graduates.
As for the shoes I wore, many of my faithful readers have seen this pair before…
But not with this outfit…
I absolutely loooooove wearing these shoes with this dress, and it’s even more special because tonight, all long-time affiliate members were honored with our very own kente stoles with our personal initials!!!
Thanks again to all of you for reading, and I hope you enjoyed my shoe countdown this week as much as I did!
Please send me other shoe ideas, trends, ect. that you would like for me to cover on this blog!
My Dear Readers,
I hope you all have enjoyed my shoe countdown this week!
Here’s a recap:
Year one- Tan BCBG Heels
Year two- Blue Suede T-strap peep-toe heels
Year Three- Ballerina Heels by Jessica Simpson
Year Four- Python by Michael Kors
More than anything, I think this has shown the nice variety of shoes that are in my collection, and that I’m an all-around shoe lover. High-end, or low-end, as long as the shoe fits my foots, and adds comfort and style, then it’s good with me!
Since the event is in the evening (and some of my blog readers are attending the event tonight) I don’t want to spoil the surprise. Therefore, Check back tomorrow for a showing of the outfit I wore today with the shoes from Year Five!!
For the past 5 years I had the pleasure of hosting the Black Celebratory on the campus of the University of Michigan-Dearborn. This is a special graduation celebration for the African-American students. The atmosphere resembles that of a family reunion, as graduates are able to celebrate with their family, friends, faculty, and staff in a relaxed setting.
I thought it would be fun to post the shoes I’ve worn each year to the event, leading up the this year’s event on Friday April 29th which will be the 5th one.
This was the black celebratory’s inaugural year. The shoes I wore were tan patent leather with a bow detail across the side of the toe box. These shoes, made by BCBG, are pretty comfortable and provide a nice grip to your foot when you’ve chosen your correct size.
Since this event was a graduation ceremony, I still believe these were the perfect shoes to wear as hostess, especially since these were the exact shoes I wore to my own college graduation the year before! Check back tomorrow for the shoes I wore in 2013!!
My Dear Brunch and Pumps readers, PLEASE FORGIVE ME!! My time away from this blog was unintentional and waaaay longer than I expected.
I’m returning today with a newfound theory: Suede isn’t just for the Fall.
Pictured here you see two of my favorite pair of suede shoes.
The pair on the left is a gray suede spiked ankle strap pump by GUESS with a metallic heel. The pair on the right is a deep fuchsia/purple tie-up bootie with a collar back and gold detail.
What I love about both pairs is that they can be worn to match an outfit, or as a statement piece or add color-blocking detail.
I’m sure I’ve written about one or both pair before, but I felt they were worth mentioning again as I’ve been wearing them a lot this winter despite the snow here. Sure, it takes a little extra planning, but carry a shoe bag with you to your destination and pop on your suede soles to add some spice to your outfit!
Like/comment on this post if you want me to show a few pics modeling these shoes!!