Concrete Catwalk // Pink & Printed

March 11, 2013

Back at it after a gorgeous Spring-like weekend, and I’m trying not to concentrate on the fact that I have a to-do list as long as my sweater sleeves.

Is anyone else in the Northeast just dying to start wearing your warm-weather gear again?  I simply couldn’t wait any longer to give these new platform sandals a go, and that meant exercising a bit of artistic license by adding a pair of socks to keep my toes warm.  I’ve totally loved the socks with sandals look for the past few years anyway, and was glad that I finally remembered to give the trend a try for myself.  (Meanwhile, here are some other ways I’ve used socks as a notable accessory for several different seasons and styles!)

Keep reading for more photos, theoutfit details, and a fun layout that will let you shop the look for yourself!

Top to Bottom:
Cat-eye sunnies (similar) – Anthropologie
Black silk tank – Nordstrom
Pink sweater – H&M (old)
Necklace – Can’t remember where I found this one – Oops! (similar)
Military jacket – J. Crew (similar)
Woven satchel (similar) – Vintage, thrifted
Printed trousers (similar) – Proenza Schouler, via The Outnet (more great options here!)
Socks – Urban Outfitters
Lolla heels – c/o Pink & Pepper

Free People, Madewell, Splendid, Michael Kors
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3 Comments

  • Reply putri soe March 11, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    oh i love this! the shocking pink, the printed pants.. ! <3

    cheers from Jakarta,
    Putri Soe
    SUPERNICE

  • Reply Jennifer Boyd March 11, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    Love those shoes, great idea wearing them with the socks, keep those toes warm!
    http://www.FripperyVintage.com

  • Reply Anonymous March 20, 2013 at 10:35 pm

    I do adore bright, brilliant jewel colors with prints. They really do pop. However, I must admit that the platform sandals with socks are definitely not my cup of tea. I say wait until it’s warm enough to wear sandals. If your toes are cold then grab some cute pumps, and the sandals will live another day.

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