chunky. block. heels. of. the. moment.

New season, new shoes — or so the mantra goes. If summer was dominated by my obsession with pom-pom embellished sandals, then fall might as well be synonymous with chunky block heels. Personally, I'm more of a ballet flats kind of girl, but don't be mistaken, that doesn't stop me from still yearning after a pair of these stylish stompers. The chunkier the heel, the more fun that can be had. Right? 

Main image via College Prepster

Just a little back story: My infatuation with chunky block heels actually goes way back to circa 2013 when Carly Heitlinger of the College Prepster owned a pair of J.Crew's Etta cap-toe pumps (check 'em out here if you need a refresher and see this outfit for reference.) As fate would have it, J.Crew brought back a very similar version of their iconic cap-toe pumps this season. *Praise hands emoji.* Because I loved Carly’s Summer Fridays-inspired #OOTD so much (more like borderline obsessed), I decided to fall-ify the look a bit with a more season-appropriate dress. Just how French girl-chic is this silk windowpane ruffle-hem dress from Madewell? Throw a suede moto jacket into the equation (and maybe this felt fedora) and you’re all set for a day at the office or a low-key weekend spent brunching and doing autumnal things. Count me in, please. :)

1. Silk Ruffle-Hem Dress in Windowpane (Madewell)
2. Leonard Street Letty (Kate Spade)
3. Lena Leather Pumps With Patent Cap Toe (J.Crew)

More chunky block heels to shop this season 
 

Are you craving a pair of chunky block heels this fall? Let me know in the comments below!

xo,
A

3 comments

  1. Oh those Kate Spade shoes are PERFECT!!!!!! Love, love them!!!!

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  2. Amen to the chunky heels and more fun! xox

    cathclaire / The Crystal Press

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  3. I had a pair of red chunky heels that I wore to death a few years ago. Had I known they would still be cool now, I should've held onto them!

    Beauty V. Brains | fashion and beauty for smart girls who like stuff

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