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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Fall Flats: Guest Post by Olivia of TLGOY

Hello loves, Olivia here from ThisLooksGoodOnYou.com I am so excited that Amber has asked me to write a guest blog post on her site, especially since we share a love for trendy, unique fashion. Hope you enjoy!

Now, I love a good pair of flip flops in the summertime, but when the chilly fall weather starts to roll in I hate having my toes turn into little popsicles. Fortunately, there are a number of trendy flats you can wear this fall that will not only protect your toes from the elements, but add a ton of style to your wardrobe as well.


This classic Minnetonka 'Feather' Moccasin is the perfect lazy day shoe. You literally feel as though you're walking around in your stylish slippers all day.

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The Vince Camuto 'Parissa' Flat is a great versatile flat that can either be dressed down with jeans and a white blouse or dressed up with a cute dress and black tights.


For those fashionistas who want a more hipster, look these Steve Madden Jazie flats are the perfect statement piece for you.


How cute is this Alice + Olivia Dakota Leather Flat? Not only is the shoe's nude color great for fall, but those bow details are just fabulous! These flats are a must-have.


For an edgier look these Steve Madden Kuddos flats fit the bill. Pair them with skinny jeans and a black leather jacket for a trendy fall rocker look or use them to transition your daytime look into the night.

What do you think of these trendy fall flats? Do you have a favorite? Also, be sure to follow me on Twitter @TLGOY_Blog for more fashion trend updates and styling tips. Thanks again Amber for letting me be a guest blogger!

xo Olivia

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