The IWTBH Fall Shoe Guide: Chic Loafers

 
I have been on a real classic slip-on kick lately, stalking so many styles from old-school sleek Guccis (which look so great here with that fabulous skirt), to super preppie styles and everything in between. They’re great with jeans of all kinds, midis, even coveralls. Plus, they take up much less space in the closet than boots!
 
 
 
Here’s a great pair from the Coach outlet that pretty much look exactly like the Guccis.

This patent leather chunky version feels fun in an ’80s kind of way.

I am just crazy about these comfort loafers from Zappos that are like dandy ’70s men’s shoes. 

This Gucci number is very Rat Pack in Palm Springs in the best possible way.

The rich green, croc texture and cute tassels make these J. Crew shoes an instant outfit elevator. 

I’ve been eyeing these classic Bass with a bit of a chunkier heel for a little more height.

Everlane’s Day Loafers have an elastic back (which you can’t detect when they’re on) that makes them extra comfy and free from any slippage. Plus, the lipstick red is fun!

I love the high heel and Mary Tyler Moore vibe of these pump-loafers. Can’t you just picture them with an A-line skirt and silk blouse?

Tory Burch’s caramel version has a cool chunky gold detail for a little shot of glam.

These have a good slightly higher heel and fun tassels.

 

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6 Comments

  1. I LOVE a good loafer. And I LOVE a good green shoe. And that pinking on the J. Crew shoes?! Thanks for a great post!!

  2. I just snapped up the red Everlanes. I need a little something bright a and fun and crisp and these are great. On sale, too! Thanks Andrea!

  3. I got the bone colored Coach loafer. Plan to wear them in the summer as an alternative to white tennis shoe. All the colors were so cute

    Do you have options for the amazing skirt and blouse?!

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