“Blogger Style” with Merrick’s Art

“Blogger Style” with Merrick’s Art

THREE SANDAL TRENDS

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This week we are checking in with one of our favorite bloggers Merrick from Merrick’s Art. She is back with another stylish feature! Merrick’s blog is the place to go for fashion tips, tutorials and lifestyle tips.  A mommy of 3, Merrick is a fashion maven who’s style is one that you’d want to replicate and will definitely influence your next spring look.

For her post, “Three Sandal Trends for the Spring,”  Merrick styles our top sandals for the spring effortlessly.  Limelight’s Navajo sandal is featured along with Madden Girl Hoistt, and our Xappeal Ara sandal.  In ripped jeans or a linen shirt dress, Merrick shows just why these sandals should be in your closet this season. Click here to check our Merrick’s Art’s full post on “Three Sandal Trends for Spring.”  We love her style!

 

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