Warm weather is quickly approaching… so we asked popular blogger Miss Minus Sized for a few unique ways to style her favorite Skechers this season.
I’m looking forward to trading my well used and abused winter boots for effortless casual pairs that can be chic, functional AND versatile. That’s a lot to ask of a pair of shoes, you say? Read on to see why, for these three particular styles, it isn’t.🙂
Look 1: Summer Casual
This style will be your go-to entry to chic city this summer. I’ve literally been daydreaming of a day in the near future when I can wear this fun look on a sunny Sunday coffee run or an afternoon of pool-side lounging. These comfortable Criss-Crossover sandals (at select Skechers stores) come in the most versatile neutral camel shade, and are the perfect accessory to balance out the fun colors and prints in this breezy blouse + distressed shorties combo! Or pair them with cool, breezy beach pants perfect for soaking up the summer rays.
Look 2: Flirty Florals
Bohemian romance is a big trend this year, and a breezy floral dress like this one is the perfect gateway into it! Boho details like tassels, fringe and vintage jewelry set the perfect stage for the carefree vibe of Golden Hour sandals. Throw in a braid or two and a nice roomy tote, and we’re all set for the farmer’s market, brunch or pretty much anything that requires getting some of that Vitamin D.🙂
Look 3: Laid-Back Layers
Whether you identify yourself as sporty or not, let’s admit it… comfortable sneakers are a necessity. I used to be the kind who reserves her sneakers for gym trips, working out and such, but consider me reformed! Now, if you happen to run into me, nine times out of ten, I’m in a pair of cute but comfy sneakers. These grey B’Weavers are such a great update to my basic sneaker line-up. The color works across all seasons and just like the other neutrals, seems to go with everything!
Sushmitha (a.k.a. Miss Minus Sized) is a doctoral student in the biomedical sciences, and credits fashion as her creative escape from the daily trials of academic life. Her blog documents her evolving personal style at a budget of less than $50 a month. You can also find her on Instagram and Facebook.