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Sandals

Outfit details: white jeans (I love the slight ankle flare!) // sandals in “gray leather”// graphic tee and similar // utility jacket (I sized up to a medium for an oversize look) // purse and similar // sunglasses similar

If you’ve ever walked into a Nordstrom shoe department, you already know what I’m talking about. Once you walk into the department, you are greeted right away. I love that about Nordstrom. Their customer service is always five star!

If I choose to purchase online, I usually get a couple sizes and style, try on what works and return what doesn’t. Yay for free returns! For these particular wedges, I tried them on in store. A friendly store associate told me to try the 8.5 versus my usual size 9 since they do stretch and I had some room. I’ve already worn these espadrilles on two occasions and almost half a day on my feet and no blisters or sores to report. Now, that is saying a lot considering I’m holding a baby 75% of the time! Besides comfort, the price point is below $80, and a perfect spring shoe. The only con would be, I wish the shoe came in more colors and different heights. I chose the gray since the color was really flattering with my skin tone and versatile to be worn with spring whites and classic blacks. What’s cool is that, at 4 1/4″ height and 1″ platform, you don’t feel the height and it is incredibly flattering. Especially worn with dresses or jeans.

If you were hesitant, get this! When you buy Treasure & Bond, Nordstrom will donate 2.5% of net sales to organizations that work to empower youth. How cool is that? I love when a company gives back. Also, this sandal has 625 reviews, most of which say these are incredibly COMFORTABLE and they wished they purchased these earlier. I know because I read most of those comments. Convincing me to order the tan ones as well. What do you think?

Recreate my outfit below:

Graphic tee

Utility Jacket

So many great sandals under $100

White jeans

Classic Bags

Thank you Nordstrom for sponsoring this post!

 

jacket alice + olivia similar // jeans // top  // sunglasses // belt // sandals use code SHALICEBEEK //

I expected to feel better after a vitamin IV injection but I didn’t expect to leave with so much knowledge I gained from celebrity nutritionist Kelly Leveque. I’m a self professed “health nut” and always interested in health and my eyes were opened to so much valuable information! She believes in the fab 4: protein, fat, fiber, and greens.  I knew I felt better eating an avocado with leafy greens! Get here famous smoothie HERE! It was all in all a lovely day with the Beek team from IV treatment at The Hydration Room to lunch with boss babes at Farmhouse. Thank you again to the lovely Beek team and Hydration Room! Now off to buy the ingredients for the Fab 4 smoothie! As always, my shop page is open 24/7. Have a lovely weekend.

Use code “shalicebeek” for a special discount – FREE SHIPPING!

 

Shot on location at Farmhouse Restaurant Corona Del Mar, CA, photo’s by Taylor Cole Photography

 

 

shirt // dress // hat similar // jeans similar // sandals // straw tote // photos by tasha

Spring break starts this weekend, so I’ll be chasing all four kids all week long, ditching the heels, and grabbing my flats. I’m loving the lace up sandal trend with cropped jeans and frays of course. Try it at home, you won’t be disappointed. Go HERE and tell me which is your favorite! Enter on Instagram to win a pair of your choice, winner announced Monday!

5 Sandals under $100

Summer Shoes

My sister asked me recently what pairs of shoes she needs for Spring? While I could easily chose at least 10, I narrowed it down to just 5 of my go-to pairs below.

  1. CONVERSE I wear chucks up and down. Laid back chic at it’s best. Get them in every color.

2. Espadrille from ASOS (I also love these platforms!) So cute and casual.

3. Platform from FARYLROBIN

4. Black sandal by VINCE

5. A slinky red sandal is a must have – and this one by STEVE MADDEN is no exception. It’s almost embarrassing how much I wear these, but nothing beats that pop of red.

Versatility is key.