Co-Founders of lust worthy footwear line Freda Salvador, Megan Papay & Cristina Palomo-Nelson, know a thing or two about shoes. So after we pumped them full of questions about the brand and how they got to where they are (read their full #TKCProfile here), we asked them to style a few for us. More specifically, to tell us what footwear they wear where and how they wear it (say that nine times fast). Here’s what they had to say.
WORK: Our WIT oxford because they are effortless, but look polished. They give a feeling of strength and confidence to any outfit. Our office is pretty laid back so Redone jeans, an interesting top or sweater and oxfords is my uniform there.
WEEKEND: The DIG monk strap oxford. I love them with baggy jeans, a v-neck sweater from my husbands closet and a Janessa Leone hat. I have a 9 year old, so weekends are pretty active. It’s all about comfort, but still looking put together.
GIRLS NIGHT: Our Anndra Neen ACE boot, Levi jeans, and a statement top. Lots of layered jewelry.
NEVER TAKE OFF: WIT oxfords. They just work with everything always. Socks, tights, skirts, jeans, trousers, dresses. They are so easy, but the d’orsay cutout makes them cool and fun to wear everyday. You can change their look pretty easily.
WORK: A blazer, a tee and the KEEN mule. Polished but not fussy. It the perfect balance between trying hard but not too hard if that makes sense.
WEEKEND: Boyfriend jeans, a sweatshirt and boots! I’m running around after a toddler while balancing a baby on my hip so comfort and ease is everything. Usually I am wearing the SLEEK boot since they are slip on.
DATE NIGHT: LUNA mules. It’s so fun to dress up and wear heels and these are my go to. I have been paring these with jeans and an oversized sweater or blazer.
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