Fall Fashion Preview: BOOTS!

I’m sure you’ve all had a blast with fashion this summer – but being pregnant has kind of put a damper on it for me. Not that it’s not possible to look fab while being pregnant, but I miss my pre-pregnancy bod, and I’m looking forward to the fall, when I won’t be rockin’ a basketball anymore. It just doesn’t go with anything.

So I was checking out my favorite shoe stores recently {my feet are the only part of me that hasn’t swollen – praise. the. LORD.} and I was beyond thrilled to see some great boots for the fall. And since I’m hoping {and praying, and meditating on, and lighting incense over, and,well, you get the picture} that my pregnancy weight will just fall off after this baby comes out some time in the beginning of August, I’ve decided to dream {and drool} over some looks for the fall with some of my favorite boots so far.

How great are these boots from Bakers Shoes? And how wonderfully they go in this ensemble:


What about these from Aldo shoes? And with this look:


These are DE-LISH. With this look:

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Are you ready for fall now? I sure am!

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Written by Jo-Lynne Shane, a professional lifestyle blogger, brand advocate and community manager. Named one of Nielsen’s 50 Most Influential Women in Social Media, Jo-Lynne is best known for her award-winning lifestyle blog, Musings of a Housewife, where she dishes up an assortment of food, fashion, fitness and family travel. She has been featured on Mothering.com, Southern Living Magazine, CNN.com and in Cosmopolitan Magazine. In the local sphere, Jo-Lynne facilitates the vibrant networking group Philly Social Media Moms, providing community, support and education for 200 area bloggers. Jo-Lynne lives and works from home in the suburbs of Philadelphia with her husband of 17 years, three lively children and one extremely spoiled shih tzu named Savannah.


  1. omg the oxford wedges? swoon.

    • i know, right? i’m trying to figure out if I should drug luke and get him to sign something saying i can have them or use the fact that i’m giving him a son first as leverage. any suggestions?