Fashion

1 Donald J. Pliner Shoe, 3 Outfits

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Donald J. Pliner sponsored

Today I’m really excited to share with you the #ArtofFun campaign! I received 2 awesome shoes from Donald J. Pliner’s Spring/Summer collection line and I have since incorporated them into my SS17 capsule wardrobe collection. As I mentioned in my recent post, I started to Capsule Wardrobe and a huge part of that is settling on a few shoe options for the season. These two made the cut!

The Donald J Pliner Company has built a reputation for its innovative materials and quality craftsmanship in men’s and women’s luxury footwear and accessories. Since 1989, the brand has been known for the combination of fashion, fit and comfort that embodies every design.

The shoe I’ll be showcasing today is the uber comfortable Ellis. This shoe style is a hot trend right now. You can see it worn by every social media influencer and blogger or as a staple in various brands. It’s basically a low mule with a chunky heel. I love the DJP style because it goes really well with my SS color palette and the floral lizard look adds a pop of print to any outfit!

Below you can check out 3 of my favorite outfits I’ve already worn with the Ellis mule.

Outift 1

Donald J. Pliner mule style outfit

Ellis mule sandal

Donald J. Pliner outfit

Donald J. Pliner mule sandal outfit

Donald J. Pliner Ellis floral lizard print mule sandal

Outfit 2

Donald J. Pliner Ellis mule style

Donald J. Pliner Ellis outfit

Donald J. Pliner style outfit

DJP ArtofFun mule syle outfit

Outfit 3

Donald J. Pliner outfit idea

Tune into Donald J. Pliner’s IG and their #ArtofFun campaign so you can keep up with all their great styles and see how other influencers styled their shoe picks!

Which of the three outfits above is your favorite? Let me know by leaving a comment below!

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P.S. – be sure to follow my Instagram to catch how I style DJP’s Cyndi platform wedge as well.

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