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Marina's Styling Tips

Marina's Styling Tips

 

 

Subtle but unique, we designed our new linen print—a runaway bestseller­–with versatility in mind. It’s neutral enough to be paired with any outfit because it simply goes with everything. What more could you want from a shoe? Given that they just scream Summer, they’re the essential pair you’ll need as the season heats up. 

Here, Marina shares her tips on how to style them… and how she’s wearing hers.

Miso Linen Floral

“Keep it casual and chic by pairing my favorite (ever!) platform with denim. Add in a pop of color with our bright Erin Clutch by your side, and you’ll be ready for dinner al fresco, and more importantly, a glass of rosé.”

 

Dolly Sandal in Natural Raffia

“We decided on raffia fabric in its natural raw form because of the way it makes everything feel easy and laidback. For a Summer wedding, pair them with a sequined gown for a look that’s instantly less pretentious, exuding a chill Cali vibe.”

 

Coco Platform Sandal in Raffia and Caramel Leather

“Offset Summer’s requisite uniform—jean shorts and an unfussy button-down—with these chic lace-up platforms in the most versatile neutral shade with caramel leather accents. Sexy but laidback, they complete this go-to, off-duty look.”

 

 

Brigitte Mule in Raw Linen

“One of my favorite foolproof ways of getting dressed lately has been grabbing a bright, matching set for an instant dose of chic. When I want the clothes to take center stage, I stick with this light, neutral slide with those sweet embroidered daisies for an unexpected surprise.”

 

 

Laguna Raffia

“Since peak Winter, I’ve been dreaming about walking outside, taking in the sunset, or simply strolling around town on warm Spring days. A white linen dress epitomizes a sweet Spring with these comfy yet sleek slides in the neutral raffia that I keep reaching for.”

 

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