• 'Movement' sweat shirtdress by Minkpink

    The sweatshirt as a dress trend has been blowing up, but it was this mash up of casual meets Victorian goth by Minkpink that has us turning our heads. Our favorite way to wear this style is with a combat boot or other unexpected mixes.  Shop Now

     

    Sweat shirt dress by minkpinkmarysue | Indie Shoe Blog for Women

  • 'Scorpious' combat boot by Jeffrey Campbell

    Clear some space in your closet for these fresh combat boots by Jeffrey Campbell. Chunky, lace-up boots are the favorite of the Hollywood A-listers this season.  We love everything from heavy metal, studs to the contrast colored straps. Style with a flirty dress. Shop Now

    Embellished Combat boot by Jeffrey Campbellmarysue | Indie Shoe Blog for Women

  • Minkpink body-con dress 'Luxembourg'

    We are in love Minkpink's new take on the body-con done casual. It’s like your favorite vintage sweater, only better. This lightweight rib knit fabric is thick enough to wear as a dress or as a tunic over jeans. Style with Jeffrey Campbell's pink sock sneaker. Shop this look

    Mink pink sweater dressmarysue | Indie Shoe Blog for Womenpink sock sneakermarysue | Indie Shoe Blog for Women

  • Jeffrey Campbell 'Lilith', floral patchwork combat boot

    The Lilith is made of the most decadent textile of the season: brocade. Jeffrey Campbell refreshed his tried-and-true combat boot with a patch-work collection of this rich and luxurious fabric. Hailing from the heart of Los Angeles, this family-run business is small and hard-working and consistently hits the fashion mark. The get-noticed boot is just right styled with a flirty dress. Shop Lilith

    Floral Combat boot by Jeffrey Campbellmarysue | Indie Shoe Blog for WomenFloral Combat boot by Jeffrey Campbellmarysue | Indie Shoe Blog for Women

  • Freebird by Steven 'Nola' mule

    This rustic mule will compliment any laid back wardrobe. Made to look vintage, the Nola is for those who live in worn-in denim and white t’s. This artisan shoe maker crafts their shoes in the heart of Mexico where they have been handcrafting shoes for generations.   Handmade, one pair at a time by master shoe makers, these will stand out from the rest. Each pair is hand-crafted by a small team of skilled cobblers in Mexico who have preserved the true artisanship and heritage of shoe-making. Shop Nola

    freebird by Steven, Nola, Mulemarysue | Indie Shoe Blog for Women

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