For five long months, you covered them with cashmere, wrapped them in wool, and asphyxiated them with argyle. Spring has sprung: Your feet deserve a breather.
Give your toes some wiggle room courtesy of Dulce DeHaven, who kissed her job as an architect good-bye to start an eponymous accessories collection. Credit DeHaven’s Brazilian background with schmancy details (skyscraping heels, metallics, studs). Well-engineered platform soles and a focus on functionality make the shoes wearable into the wee hours.
Supple suede, leather, naturally sourced jute and cotton, and tilapia and ostrich skins from eco-conscious Brazilian tanneries lay a fierce foundation for the designs. For spring and summer, DeHaven artfully dyed leathers and suedes to produce a vibrant watercolor effect. All that, and they retail in the mid-$100’s. Step to it.
Up to 65% off Otis & Maclain
Designers Shamani Hall and Andrea Cheatham’s casual collection guarantees an easy transition into spring. Get the flowy pieces with vintage-inspired prints for up to 65 percent off on our sample sale site.