Isn’t It Time To Start Dressing Like Audrey?

I am so excited to tell you that I have partnered with a fabulous Italian shoe company called Andrea Carrano. The Carrano family began creating their uber comfortable and stylish shoes during World War II in Naples, Italy. During this time, when shoes were in high demand, women from all over began trading in their leather bags for a pair of shoes. The company took off and by the 60’s the Carrano’s had chain boutique stores all over Italy!!! And then later, all around the world and with such haute couture collections such as Christian Dior, Alberta Ferretti, and Norma Kamali. Today, the son of Andrea Carrano has taken over the reins of the company and still manufactures the shoes in Naples but now incorporates contemporary designs with their classic styles from over 60 years ago. Andrea Carrano remains one of the most prestigious names in fashion throughout Italy. The family just reintroduced one of their most popular shoes, the Mocassino collection. This timeless style was a favorite of the fabulous Audrey Hepburn. I am so in love with all the colors of the suede version. They will look so great with jeans all fall. While I am deciding you can check out all of the amazing styles and colors on their WEBSITE!

How beautiful was Audrey? And love her in the Moccassinos. She was a fan of the light tan!!! So Chic!!!!

I love all the colors…

I am in love with the Blue Suede Shoes….

Jewel tones are always so popular too!!!

I can see the purple with a great pair of white jeans…Just like Audrey’s

Dark Chocolate suede is always a winner…

For the green lovers….

Pumpkin is always a fab Fall staple…

The Uber Stylish Olivia Palermo is also a big fan…

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