Hey Fashion Tadpoles,
I just wanted to clue you in on some fabulous sandals for your final weeks of summer. Reef is a premium surf brand that offers a wide range of apparel for men, women, and children. While checking out their site, I was struck by tons of awesome sandals that are right on trend for summer. They also have so many cool boots and moccasins which are perfect for fall. A new pair of moccasins has definitely been on my must buy list for months. These shoes will definitely give you that Erin Wasson-esque, California boho beach girl look. Their latest line is very evocative of 70s beach days in Mexico or California. Everything would be perfect for a music festival like Coachella, or a fun road trip.
I really love the moccasins and flats that can be worn for back to school that come in neutral colors like grey and tan. Many Reef flats also feature great woven and metallic detailing that is very in right now. My favorite pair of moccasins is the Reef winter swell in brown. I also love the Reef rancho rio style for going to the beach or just running errands around town. Many of the flats also feature a sort of Aztec Mayan print which I really love right now.
The Reef bella costa style is also not only stylish, but great for your feet too. It features anatomical arch support, quilted foam foot beds, and natural jute soles. All of these features ensure that not only will your shoes look great but they will feel great too and provide the support needed for long days of wear.
But my favorite Reef shoes of all have to be their wide array of quality sandals. My favorite styles include the uptown girl, gypsy macramé, love crochet, leather uptown metallic, and stargazer. These sandals are not only comfortable but right on trend for fall. They feature crochet and metallic detailing, as well as leather and woven accents. I am also in love with the Reef backpacker backpack that features hand-woven textiles from Guatemala. I love Reef because not only do they are environmentally conscious and devoted to giving back and preserving nature.
Sources: http://kalifornia-klasss.tumblr.com/, http://www.fashiongonerogue.com/
Posted by Norine at 9:56 PM