October 21, 2013

Sole Provisions Review

If you've seen me walking down the street, I'm usually wearing something spiked, something super tall or something super ridiculous on my feet. Whether it's a busted pair of vintage boots with some DIY touches or monster platforms, I have 'em. But every once in a while, I need to rest my pups (sidenote: I now speak like an 80-year-old grandma) and give my feet a break.

I recently hooked up with Sole Provisions. Initially I was a little wary seeing as how they don't have much in the way of wild heels or platforms. But I remembered that winter is coming, like Game-of-Thrones-style because hello, I live in Wisconsin. I wanted boots I could throw in my bag and slip into once I got indoors.

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Behold, my lil booties. They actually remind me of something Link from Zelda would wear. Moccasin stitching on the front with a buckle and red interior? It's all in the details. I'm totally anti-Ugg, even though I know they're extremely comfortable, so I've always been on the hunt for cute boots that mix extreme comfort and laid-back style. Super comfy with a lot of support and mad rad soft suede, I'm getting very accustomed to sliding into these on when I get home a la slipper-style. When it starts to snow, I'll keep 'em in my bag and jump into them after taking off my snow boots.

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Fitflop Dash Ankle Boot (Psst, it comes in brown colors if you're not into black.)

Sole Provisions had super fast shipping, too, which is always a plus in my book... or a plus in my boot. You know.

And now for some obligatory Beth hair shots because it's now randomly smokey purple.

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[tee: Trash and Vaudeville, pants: Denimocracy, boots: Sole Provisions]