Fuchsia

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Last week I posted a roundup of flat sandals for spring and summer, and I mentioned that I was looking for a pair of colored sandals to add to my wardrobe. I ordered a couple of pairs when I was putting that post together, both by Sam Edelman. I love this brand for good style at a moderate price point.

I chose the Greta in Black Tumbled Leather and the Gigi in Pop Fuschia. (I found myself wearing my black sandals a ton last year, so I wanted to update those as well as add a color to my closet.)

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The Gigi is a popular style that has been around for a while. It comes highly recommended, and I can see why. The minimalist style is easy to wear, and they are quite comfortable for a flat sandal.

There is some light cushioning in the footbed, and the ankle strap allows you to adjust them to your foot, so you aren’t gripping with your toes when you walk (which is bad for you, by the way!) I spent two years babying my feet due to plantar fasciitis, and while that issue is in remission at the moment, I still try to be somewhat sensible when choosing footwear.

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I love the variegated texture and the bold color choices. I chose Pop Fuchsia because I wear a lot of pink, and I knew they would coordinate with a few pieces in my closet, as well as make a great pop of color against neutral outfits.

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This blouse came in my last Stitch Fix. It was $44, which is a good price for a versatile blouse. For this outfit, I dressed it down with mid-wash blue jeans and sandals, but I can also wear it with trousers and heels for a dressier look.

I love the color, and the shirttail hem is flattering. It also has a pretty pleated detail on the back.

These are my DL1961 Emma skinnies. They’re a legging jean, so they are supposed to fit snugly. They also feel like a legging. They’re my go-to jeans when comfort is of prime importance. I cuffed them twice for a more casual, cropped look. I tend to wear them this way in the summer months and leave them long in the wintertime.

I accessorized with gold. These bracelets are all Stella & Dot. The Breezeback Enamel Bangle is new for spring, and I love how it layers with the edgy Renegade Cluster Bracelet and delicate Cage Cuff. (I’m an independent stylist for Stella & Dot, so if you ever need help with an order, let me know.)

It’s hard to see my necklace, but it is also new from Stella & Dot, and it is reversible. The other side is gold with turquoise. Best of all, it’s only $39.

I love this dressed up casual look for spring and summer!

pink blouse via Stitch Fix // DL1961 Emma legging jeans // Sam Edelman Gigi Sandals
Breezeback Enamel Bangle, Renegade Cluster Bracelet, Cage Cuff,
Breezeback Enamel Necklace, and Bungalow Hoops via my Stella & Dot boutique
David Yurman Curb Link Ring // Kate Spade Gramercy Grand Bracelet Watch
similar Tory Burch clutch

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