Shoes To Finish Your St. Pat's Outfit

Green is traditional on St. Patrick's Day, but if you want to take your Irish pride (and you are required to have some on March 17th) to the next level, mix some white and orange into the equation.
Let's do this in a spiral!
silk knot flat, Rocket Dog at DSW $34.95
metallic wedge sandal, Nine West "Guinevere" on Endless $78.95
cage wedges, Steve Madden "Eirest" $149.95
cut out mary jane pump, Nine West "Beaulah" on Endless $88.95
patent pump, NineWest "Laughlin" $79
ruffle bootie, Lovely People "Ambrose" on Endless $85.65
stud bow flat, Miss Me "Divine 5" on Endless $34.95
Spinny twirly wee!
studded t-strap flat, Topshop $55
pump, Vince Camuto "Feliciti" at Dillard's $120
skimmer, Terra Plana "Mumbai" on Amazon $60
peep toe bow pump, Joseph Griffin "Hill Street" on Amazon $58.38
cut out mary jane pump, Piklinos "Turin" at Nordstrom $149.95
cage sandal pumps, Type Z "Ritchie" on Zappos $81.50 (want!)
perforated oxford, "Ulvan" at Aldo $60


Someone said… might want to be a little careful with this one.

Being a former Bostonian with ties to the Irish, I am aware that one does not wear orange today unless one wants to make a statement about being a Protestant as opposed to a Catholic. It is a political statement.

Now...I don't believe in religion at all, nor especially in using it to divide people. Just wanted to let you know about the unfortunate connotations here.

That said...I LOVE orange and orange shoes. You picked some really lovely examples!
Jael Paris said…
True, this does make a statement in some areas. However, it makes no statement in Indiana.

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