Shoesday (the Nordstrom Edit)

It’s Tuesday Shoeday … better know as Shoesday. Yes, that’s a thing. #GoogleIt

Every Tuesday (at least for the next few weeks) I’m going to highlight my current crushes from all the Fall Collections. I’m starting with my tried and true Nordstrom but I will be looking at many others in the coming weeks (J.Crew, Boden, Amazon Fashion, Zappos – all my favorite sources).  I have a post coming soon on How I shop (Why and Where) so you can learn about all those favorite shopping places.  #NextWeek

But back to Shoesday. You may notice a few trends in these picks … I’m also working on a Trends and Seasonal Colors post but it will be a few more weeks before that one is done.

A little trend teaser through the heel of a shoe though … velvet, patent, red, burgundy, blush, block heel, mule, adorned … these are all big for Fall and you find them all in this post. #AllTheTrends

Tuesday Shoesday

Mules were big for Spring and Summer and the trend persists. I’ve finally dipped my toe in #literally with this BP pair. They had me with the bow but the color is also fun (and trending)!  I got the Red but it comes in 5 colors.  Size down a half size. Spoiler alert – you might see these in an Instastory!

Keeping it red and flat (don’t worry heels are coming) these Ted Baker ballets are gorgeous (And very reasonably priced for Ted). I’m thinking definitely for the Holidays but they may need to come home sooner! And they perfectly match this gorgeous sweater that has been restocked #HolidayReady

I’ve waxed poetic about leopard shoes so many times they should have their own blog.  I have a great pair, but I liked the grey and black tones in this pair. Subtle and different. I ordered these over the weekend and I’ll give a social media update just as soon as they arrive. #HurryUpUPS

Block heels and round toes are huge for Fall. If you only invest in one trend, I’d go for one of those – or both together. Black is always classic and will make the trend more timeless. I love the gold accent on this pair from Michael Kors. #ClassicWithATwist

Not quite the rounded toe (if you want to transition cautiously) but these Vince Camuto pumps have a block heel and embrace one of the seasonal color trends – blush. This color was big for spring and will carry into Fall. #BlushIsTheNewBlack

Burgundy is another big color for Fall. A good burgundy pump is a great color choice because you can wear it with black, navy, grey or tan. You pretty much just covered all the neutral bases with one shoe!!  #CanYouSayVersatile

I will show you 8 more burgundy beauties in Thursday’s Capsule Wardrobe post but until then, this pair and the next two will have to suffice.  #WorthTheWait

A slightly lower heel in a gorgeous patent Burgundy with a statement heel. Kate Spade never disappoints!  #NEVER

Burgundy ✔️, snakeskin ✔️, classic shape ✔️   Another Michael Kors Classsic.  #ThisShoeHasItAll

Another big fall trend you will be seeing is embellishments  … pearls, sequins, patches … these patent Mary Janes with pearls and a bow is a statement shoe that can still go to work. It’s by a brand I love (Jeffrey Campbell) and has a heel many of you will love. #NotFourInches


I couldn’t decide which color I liked best in this luxury looking Mary Jane by Nine West so I included all four. Another statement shoe that can also go to the office. This shoe would be a great shoe for special occasions and holiday soirées. #FallWeddingAnyone

There were at least four more that caught my eye but since they were all J.Crew I was inspired to head over to the J.Crew website to see their full collection. I will share one of them on Thursday with the Capsule Wardrobe post I mentioned earlier but to see the rest of the picks you will have to come back next Shoesday for The J.Crew Edit. #YouCanWait

Happy Shopping!


The totally not work appropriate but awesome shoes in the featured image are Michael Kors. They are super comfortable too. 

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