It is Wednesday and boy does it feel like it! First week back at school and I think it’s safe to say a teacher’s work is never done. Especially at the beginning of the year! Meeting new students, getting materials, getting the classroom back in order, and catching up on sleep occasionally are the things on my list this week. I guess . . . its nice to get back into a routine.

Back in school and it is definitely starting to feel a lot like fall. The weather in the mid west has been in the low 70s – high 60s. With the changes in weather there comes a change in wardrobe.

A simple change that I made is from strappy open toed heels → mules. I fell in love with these mules ( ↑ ) in the spring but haven’t found the right time to wear them until now. I love this black suede pair so much that I bought them in nude too. The chunky heel is perfect for walking over falling leaves and acorns that come along with the changing trees. They also provide your feet with a little more coverage in the cooler temps.

Check out how I styled them in my previous post KHAKI & WHITE .

Do you like the trend of a chunky heel? Its nice to have a little more support sometimes and I  am loving it but I know a few people that hate it. lol!

See you Friday!




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One thought on “MULES

  1. I love chunky heels as they give the height but are much more comfortable than stilettos! I actually don’t own mules, but I really like the ones you picked out and how you styled it in the other post. Your style is so effortless and chic, I love it! Have a great rest of the week Noelle!

    Jenny // Geeky Posh

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