Fashion and Beauty

Holes in Your Shoes Never Made More Sense

February 18, 2014

Typically, having a hole or several holes in your shoes is seen as a bad thing, but Sole Society is here to prove you wrong. Hole-y shoes take on a whole new meaning with the new laser-cut shoe trend that I am really digging. If you are like my dear Wilson and still wear shoes that show your big toe, I just want to be clear that is a bad thing — but the holes below are only a tad short of being holy.

Solesociety.com -- Bettie Laser Cut Heel

Perforated leather is uber hot right now and I’m ready to pull the trigger on some. This pair is a great height with a stable chunky heel and will transition from spring to summer to early fall without a care in the world. $80.Solesociety.com -- Keegan Laser Cut Heel

Perfect pump for day and night. A neutral color makes them appropriate for work and the holes give you an edge for night. $70! Oh holy night indeed. Solesociety.com -- TISHA Peep Toe Shoetie

I saved the best for last. These are just so good, and only $70. That heel height may be lethal after a few cocktails, but it’s worth the risk in my opinion. It also cracks me up that this is called a “shoetie.” It’s the little things.

As an added bonus for scoring stylish shoes at an affordable price, if you sign up for Sole Society’s promotional emails you receive a promo code for 20% off of your first purchase. Be careful with your email subscriptions — reminder here for why — but 20% off is still 20% off, so you make the call.

wilson in a sombrero

I’m going on a hot date with this boo tonight and am using what is certain to be a terrific evening as my motivation for today. If you need something to brighten your day, I highly suggest reading this article about little kids reading to cats. I die.

Photo Credit: www.solesociety.com

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3 Comments

  • Reply Maggie Wilson February 18, 2014 at 8:20 pm

    Do I not get a photo credit for supplying that sombrero your hubby is sporting???

  • Reply Patrice Boyd February 18, 2014 at 9:13 pm

    Loved your post!! And loved the pics of the cute kids reading to the kitty cats!!
    Have fun tonight!!

  • Reply Anna February 19, 2014 at 9:16 am

    Oh pardon — Photo Credit: Maggie Wilson’s fabulous Atlanta wedding in which we wore fantastic hats!!

    Love you ma!!!

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