Clearly we had a hard time saying goodbye to summer, but Fall is not the worst season to welcome with open arms (and mitten-ed hands).
The Fall/Winter 2011 collection, which can be viewed in entirety at www.BettyeMuller.com, was inspired by the Swiss Mountains…skiing in Aspen…Alpine lodges with big stone fireplaces…a luxurious winter at its finest!
These are some of our favorites this season, so we put together a group of looks from that awesomely creative fashion site some of you may be familiar with. Let us know what you think and please don’t hesitate to jump in and create your own (be careful though, it can be addicting).
Love my Tabu
Elegant for Winter
Get The Look
So Cozy So Chic
Young & Sweet for Fall
Haven’t had your first pedicure of the season? It’s okay, we don’t judge. A closed-toe espadrille can get you through this strange-weathered season when you can’t figure out if it’s still okay to wear your vintage riding boots or if it’s too early to whip out the flip-flops. Just play it safe and go with the espadrille; closed up enough to hide those unpolished toes yet just the right amount of skin showing to remind us that summer is right around the corner.
In a million years I never would have thought that someday I would be contributing to a blog, let alone my own (12 months ago I didn’t even know what a blog was). Although a shoe designer by trade, I at one time was an actress, figure skater, shoe model and graphic designer, just to name a few. I’ve lived in London and experienced first hand what it truly means to be a ‘starving artist’ and from my uncle learned the ins-and-outs of the business. The countries I have visited over the years, the people I have met and the experiences I have lived through have all influenced my shoe designs in one way or another. I design things that I love rather than follow every ‘it’ trend of the moment, which is something that makes my collection unique. It may be a little quirky, kind of odd and at times outrageous, but hey, so am I.