Pucci Shoes

White Dress & Pucci Shoes

Happy Tuesday Shoesday, ya’ll! Today I’m showing y’all an outfit I wore on my honeymoon that focuses on a pair of gorgeous bright shoes.  I found this pair of Emilio Pucci flats earlier this year while I was searching for the perfect beach honeymoon wardrobe and y’all… it was love at first sight.  Scroll down to see how I styled these fabulous mod shoes!

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Dress: Elizabeth and James | Shoes: Vintage Emilio Pucci (see below for similar options) | Bag: Vera Bradley | Sunglasses: Old Navy


I fell in love with Emilio Pucci the instant I discovered his designs when I first started delving into fashion.  His way with moving lines and bright colors makes me smile!  His mod, geometric prints are a total throwback and I think that’s why I love them so much. They’re just so much fun!  So when I discovered these vintage Pucci lace-up flats on my favorite designer consignment website, The RealReal, I just knew I had to have them for the honeymoon.  The bright mod print of the shoes makes a subtly bold statement that draws the eye down without distracting too much from the rest of the outfit.

This pair isn’t available anymore online, but Pucci is definitely everywhere!  I love these printed ballet flats, these mules, these slides, and j’adore these espadrilles.  If you’re looking for a more affordable options, The RealReal has you covered.

My crisp, white strapless dress is by Elizabeth and James, one of the lines created by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.  It’s a comfortable and versatile piece that I can dress up with heels for a date night or dress down with flats or sandals for a day at the beach.

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