In Between Seasons

November 29, 2011

in Blowfish shoes, Celebrity Fashion, Steve Madden shoes, Tory Burch shoes

Over here near the Jildor headquarters in Oceanside, New York, we’re experiencing some unseasonably warm weather. Only day’s from December and temperatures have been in the sixties. We are loving it, but it can get kind of complicated. The day’s are warm, but the nights are still chilly. We need cute looks that will work from sun up to sun down; let’s take our cues from these stars, dressed perfectly for this “in between season’s” weather.

Miranda Kerr and Tory Burch Patricia

Super model Miranda Kerr strolls around the city in an edgy pairing that matches a preppy nautical sweater with a tough biker jacket. It’s an eclectic look, but she makes it work. She has a fantastic fall/winter color palette with olive skinny jeans and a plum handbag. The style works for the weather thanks to her sweater and light jacket layering. It will keep her warm during 40 degree nights, but she can drop the jacket if she gets too hot in the sun. Her cropped pants are a great contrast to her ankle boots, similar to the Tory Burch Patricia. We love the buckle belt on this Tory Burch shoe.

Elisabetta Canalis and Steve Madden Intyce

Elisabetta Canalis is an actress, a former “Dancing With the Stars” contestant and one of George Clooney’s many actresses. The Italian beauty is spotted leaving her Milan home, on her way to dinner with her current flame. Her look is perfect for the weather, jeans, long sleeves, a scarf and boots to keep her calves warm, similar to the Steve Madden Intyce. These beautiful boots by Steve Madden combine comfort and style to create a great shoe.

Olivia Wilde and Blowfish Blyth

Actress Olivia Wilde is seen here filming an upcoming flick, “The Longest Week” in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her wardrobe choice works for warmer winter weather thanks to a chunky knit sweater, tights and ankle boots similar to the Blowfish Blyth. These fun Blowfish boots are wearable year round and feature funky detailing that’s unique, but not too out there.

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