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Black trousers Mario Serrani, identical on sale here - Black short sleeve button down shirt 
Vintage Hermès Armada silk scarf, similar here - bronze ring made from antique cutlery Poland, similar under 20.00 USD
Green cardigan Zara, similar under 20.00 USD - Black cap toe flats Zara, similar here - Black tote bag Furla
With today's wear, these cap toe shoes mark approximately 25 wears. They've been around since 2015 and as much as I love them I have to admit they're really worn down. I would certainly like to replace them, maybe with something like this although I don't do well with stretch flats, so these are more like mine and fit the bill ;)  Do you own a pair of cap toe flats ? Any particular brand you swear by ?
Linking to Straight A Style + E&M + Shelbee's

7 comments

Kim Alston said...

I love those kind of flats Lorena! But like you, they do wear out. Now I just have a couple of pair with tassels on them and not cap toe. But the cap toe always remind me of Chanel. Love your outfit.
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Courtney Erin said...

I had a pair of Target ones (of all places) that I just loved and wore for years before they finally just gave up and fell apart!

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Shea Sayers said...

That scarf as a belt is such a fun touch! I do like the cap toe flats too although I don't own any. I like that they're classic, yet a little more than your basic black flat.

backinstyle said...

That scarf is a real outfit maker and really transforms the look-love the way you styled it!

Sheila said...

I love how you're doing your Hermes scarf as an obi - what a great idea!

I have never owned a pair of cap-toed flats. How odd!

Mica T said...

Love your scarf belt! :) I destroyed my last pair of cap toe flats but I haven't found a replacement yet, I do agree it's a lovely style and worth having in your wardrobe! :)

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Magdalena Ścierska Minimalissmo said...

Great idea with a scarf-belt (once I used tie) but this scarf is too light, too pattern, too yellow and cut you on two parts. Monohrome would be better (like a sweater).