Pumps: My Picks
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Last week I promised that I wouldn't be posting any more boot picks until next fall. But that doesn't mean I'm going to stop sharing all types of shoe styles with you all. Ha, no.
But since boots are now prohibited and it's winter, my options have been narrowed down considerably. Because I have to post winter appropriate shoe options that aren't boots.
Which led me to pumps. Heels are worn all year round, no matter the temperature. What lengths we women (okay, I) will go to for a few extra inches. Even in the bitterly cold weather.
But closed-toe pumps specifically are more appropriate for the winter than any other type of heeled shoe style. Because they're closed toe. And closed all around. Providing just a bit more warmth than your typical heeled sandal or peep toe heel.
Above you'll find your classic pump. As well as pumps with tie-up details. And with lots of straps, buckles, and studs. And fringe. And bows. And sparkles and embellishments. And that's it.
I can't keep my eyes off those blue ones in the second to last row. And all the lace-up ones.
On a completely unrelated note, suddenly I'm a master typist: