I can’t help myself. I love the look of velvet shoes. I love the idea of velvet shoes. In a rainy climate, they’re not the most practical, but I need a pair for fall.
Looking for pumps? These Sam Edelman Hazel pumps in raspberry velvet are a mid-price wonder that are perfect for special events. I also love these affordable INC ankle-strap heels in a selection of colors and their gorgeous jade green velvet pumps. Need wide shoes? Eloquii has these gorgeous navy block heels.
Want to fully embrace the trend with a unique shoe that’s also comfortable? Ann Taylor has a grown up Mary Jane in burgundy velvet that is totally lust-worthy.
Looking for booties? Kill two trends with one shoe, these Sole Society embroidered booties are the stuff blogger dreams are made from. Or go cool and casual with these Dune Pippa boots.
Looking for flats? Boden has a great, simple slingback. These lace-up Chinese Laundry flats in blush-pink are also worth a look. For something bold and moody, these t-strap flats in a velvet floral will bring a pop of cool to any outfit.
Want the pair I bought? Then don’t miss these $39 Camilla flats with embellished vamps from Target.
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Jenn S. says:
I love the look of velvet shoes, but I can’t even commit to suede for fear of destruction. I’ll just admire from afar. 🙂
I also have been lusting after fall suede pumps and you left my two faves off the list:
1.)The Marc Fisher Jenny pump in Burgundy velvet (I’ve seen these in person and SWOON): https://www.lordandtaylor.com/main/ProductDetail.jsp?PRODUCT%3C%3Eprd_id=845524442374782&R=191408159558&P_name=Marc+Fisher+LTD&sid=15E777DCA05A&Ntt=velvet+pump&N=0&bmUID=lVR_RWt
2.) The J. Crew Avery Pump in Emerald: