“Blogger Style” with Lauren McBride

"Blogger Style" with Lauren McBride

Yes to Sandals!



We absolutely adore this week’s featured blogger, Lauren McBride.  Both elegant and inspiring, her blog is a perfect go-to for fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips.  Lauren McBride describes herself as “a DIY mavin, vintage-obsessed, fashion and beauty loving CrossFitter who wants nothing more than to be relaxing on the beach with a cold drink in hand.”  Love it!

To welcome back the warm weather,  Lauren shows us the “Top Spring Shoe Trends”  featuring super cute sandals from Rack Room Shoes.  The spotlight is on Limelight, a brand featured in 3 of Lauren’s looks.  Limelight Navajo, Limelight Jocelyn, and the Limelight Anja, are an absolute must have for the Spring.  As for wedges, Lauren styles her Tommy Hilfiger TWMadasen  sandal in a flowy t-shirt dress, oh so cozy for a day at the beach.  Click here for the full post by Lauren McBride on the “Top Spring Shoe Trends.”  She really has style!


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Known as an innovator in the shoe industry for more than 80 years, Rack Room Shoes has earned the respect of its customers, vendors, landlords and other retailers. By offering the best selection, brands, service, convenience and value, Rack Room Shoes remains poised for great achievements in the years to come. Great shoes for men, women and children in comfort, dress, casual, and athletic categories make Rack Room Shoes the family footwear retailer of choice. The company offers a wide selection of nationally recognized brands known for their quality. Rack Room Shoes also offers an assortment of exclusive private brands commissioned from the best manufacturers in the business. These private brands offer the customer great styles and outstanding values, which translates into satisfied, loyal, repeat customers. The foundation for Rack Room Shoes was established in 1920 in Salisbury, North Carolina by Phil Levinson, and later passed on to his son-in-law, Mort Lerner. The period from 1920 until 1984 was one of modest growth. However, in 1984, the 22-store company was purchased by The Deichmann Group, a Germany- based shoe retailer, beginning a period of accelerated growth and infrastructure modernization. By 1990, Rack Room Shoes was operating 100 stores and just 4 years later the 200th store opened. In 1995, the company relocated its United States headquarters to a 72,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility in Charlotte, North Carolina. Over the next ten years the Rack Room Shoes chain doubled in size, with locations in 24 states from New Jersey to the tip of Florida to the California borders.

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