Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Styling Cap Toe Heels

You know those Chanel slingback heels? Love them. They give me Elizabeth James vibes from "The Parent Trap." Very classic and chic with one heck of a price tag to match. While I won't be splurging on the real deals anytime soon, luckily there are plenty of heels out there with a similar color combo and cap toe. 

Mine happen to be from J. Crew. They have a closed back, which I prefer. Overall, they are so very elegant and classy, and I can't get enough of styling them. Cap toe heels are very much a shoe that can be styled casually and can elevate a look. Below are a few of my favorite ways to sport them.


Nothing says simple and chic like a monochrome look. For this outfit, I've paired an oversized LOFT sweater with some black jeans. To give a more fitted look, I've tucked in the front of the top. This provides a bit of contrast in the outfit by showing off the leather belt and metal buckle. While the colors coordinate, there is a variety of textures between each piece, providing a bit more interest. A monochrome set can be used to draw attention to a particular piece, as well; in this case these cap toe heels! They are the star of the show. Overall, going monochrome is a surefire way to end up with a smart chic outfit, even if is comprise of a comfy sweater and jeans!

Business Casual

This may be my favorite outfit in this post. It is a tad dressy with the blazer paired with more casual elements, like denim and linen, to create a sort of biz casual look. The blazer was thrifted for $6 and has such a lovely structure and linen fabric. It is the dream outer wear for a light academia aesthetic. Just beneath, I'm sporting a basic bodysuit from Amazon. This piece is perfect for adding a more fitted touch to an outfit. The jeans are my faves from Target, as they are a lovely wash and so comfortable. Accessories are kept simple with some pearl earrings and a black envelope clutch to tie in the cap toe accent.


Similar to the first outfit, this look is comprised of simple elements- a sweater, belt, jeans, and quilted bag. To play to the contrast of the heels, I've incorporated that into the top and bottoms. I opted for a cream cashmere mock neck sweater paired with those same black jeans. Again, to give a more fitted look, simply tucking in a top can make all of the difference. While this outfit is simple in nature, it does create a polished look!

Which is your favorite outfit?


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