Saturday, February 11, 2012


Jeffrey Campbell has long been a favorite of ours when it comes to edgy, over-the-top shoes. However, his new flat “Ollie," well, its a preppy girl's dream come true.

The cobalt blue-suede, gold chain-link, and tassels take me straight to a summer home on Cape Cod where I can sport the relaxed nautical style of Jackie O. This shoe is sooooooo easy to pull off. Simply layer classic pieces and you can take the Ollie from morning through the afternoon and all the way to dinner.

For a morning trip down to the beach throw on a tank, roll up those white skinnies, and don’t forget the sunglasses!

When noon rolls around, slip into the Ollie and tuck in a button-down shirt and you're off for lunch and shopping.

The Ollie really shines when you dress it up for dinner, let’s say barbecued oysters and cocktails on the deck.

Remember that white shift-dress you threw in your suitcase last minute? That will be the perfect thing to wear out, just add a chunky bracelet and silk scarf, and you’re set!

Posted by Kim
MissMeers Bridgeport

Tuesday, February 7, 2012


Jeffrey Campbell Bette
No matter how much time goes by, the 1970s will always be a decade to remember.

This was a time that changed the world of fashion, taking previously casual and even sloppy boho-hippie items and transforming them into something stylish and chic. In the 70's ripped jeans, chaotic patterns, and a multitude of colors squashed into one small square-inch became the newest trend. 

Now, it is to my utter delight that Jeffrey Campbell’s “Bette” commemorates this time with a throwback fabric that is simply to die for. 

Combining a soft cognac and shades of seafoam, Bette makes a perfect winter-to-spring transitional shoe. 

What’s even better is it looks amazing with so many kinds of outfits; for now, wide-leg dark jeans and a soft cream blouse, and later in spring, with a jewel-tone maxi dress, such as this one from Jean Paul Gaultier...

Posted by Kaelee
MissMeers Eugene