These dressed-up flat sandals feel just as special to wear out as a heel would-they're basically a heel without the height. To keep it simple, try a sleek square-toe satin black slide with straps or a pair that elegantly lace up your ankle from Tamara Mellon or Tory Burch while keeping your two feet firmly on the ground.
I've only ever really worn a proper stiletto type of high heel three times in my life-two being at my high school prom and then on the eve of my 21st birthday party, and two out of those three times, I immediately switched over to flats. I magically scored these beautiful gladiator heels from Tom Ford at an insane fashion closet clearout right before my 21st birthday and wore them for a majority of the night, only unwillingly removing them right before heading to the bars for the sake of not destroying them.
On Swehl's agenda for 2022: a Latch kit that fits into your hospital bag and includes a colostrum collector and self-inflating breastfeeding pillow! Her own go-to accessories included nipple shields, Mini Bloom Nipple Balm, My Brest Friend nursing pillow, and the Haakaa Silicone Breast Pump, which was helpful for collecting milk in the early days without dealing with the many parts of the pump.
Yesterday in New York City with beau Emilio Vitolo Jr. in tow, Holmes stepped out in a chic winter look that was, again, extremely wearable. She mixed high and low pieces for an outfit that virtually anyone could pull off. She first threw on a checked trench coat by one of her favorite labels, Khaite. Originally retailing for over 2,000, it's hardly an accessible piece to all, but the way she styled it is easily recreatable. She paired it with a white tee and Vagabond Shoemaker's penny loafers, which retail for an affordable 160. She's also worn the Golden Goose Outlet luxe coat a few times before, proving that an expensive splurge can indeed be a worthwhile investment. Her wintery look showed that when a good coat does all the work for you, the rest of your outfit can be simple. Casual cool at its finest.