Monthly Archives: November 2010

Heels For The Holidays: Velvet High Heels

While a luscious pair of velvet high heels may not guarantee that you make it through all of the holiday festivities, family get-togethers and last-minute shopping extravaganzas unscathed, they certainly will help you feel better. Who can be stressed with these gorgeous numbers on her feet? Check out the four delicious velvet-clad heels below—all for less than $50. They’ll make your holiday season a little brighter. Promise.

[These velvety heels just beg to be worn. Photos courtesy ModCloth.com.]

These sassy emerald heels play on the Victorian look with their pointy toes and pale green satin ribbons. Wear these dreamy shoes with a structured blazer and trousers to a holiday party. These heels cost $50 from ModCloth.com.

The T-straps of these textured black heels lengthen legs to infinite heights. Show off these shoes’ crisscross details and peep toes by pairing them with a flirty dress. These shoes cost $40 from ModCloth.com.

[These heels look luxurious for day or night. Photos courtesy Forever 21 (pictured left) and Charlotte Russe (pictured right).]

Bring in the New Year with these royal blue velvety heels on your feet. These statement shoes are the perfect compliment to a party dress. These heels cost $26 from Forever 21.

Jet around town in these black kitten heel pumps paired with jeans and a casual top. The soft black exterior of these shoes will add a dose of feminine to any outfit. These heels cost $23 from Charlotte Russe.

What do you think about velvet heels? Would you wear them? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section.

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Shoes obsessed? Learn more about other great footwear:

  • Ankle boots, cowboy boots, over-the-knee boots—oh-my! Plus they’re all under $50!
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The Loop Scarf: 2010 Scarf of the Season

If you’re the kind of person who gets baffled when attempting to tie a scarf, you’re in luck this season. The loop scarf—a continuous circle of fabric—is in style for fall and super easy to wear. No need for fancy scarf-origami, just loop it around once or twice, depending on the length, and go. Below are four adorable loop scarves—all under $40.

[These loop scarves add instant style to any everyday outfit. Photos courtesy Forever 21 (pictured left) and Payless (pictured right).]

This lightweight knit scarf comes in a chocolate brown color that goes great with most casual outfits. It’s only $9 from Forever 21.

A classic black and white scarf, like this one from Payless, is the perfect compliment to a wool peacoat or blazer. This scarf costs $13.

[Drape either of these loop scarves around your neck for an easy-to-wear fall look. Photos courtesy American Eagle (pictured left) and Etsy (pictured right).]

On brisk winter days, wrap this cozy cable knit scarf around your neck. Also available in brown, this scarf is $35 from American Eagle.

To add a dash of edge to your wardrobe, throw on this black and copper ruffled scarf with an evening outfit. This scarf is handmade by Textilemonster on Etsy. It also comes in other color options and costs $17 plus shipping.

Will you wear a loop scarf this fall? Do you like any of my picks? Leave me a comment and let me know!

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