Technology Meets Style

Walking into Spring in this casual outfit... feels so liberating to finally be able to walk out without a jacket! :)
One thing about living in the Midwest that can get SUPER annoying is that your winter footwear isn’t always fashionable. Most times you have to choose function over fashion. I tend to always choose comfort or function. I have been a mom for over 19 years and I do tend to fall into a slump when it comes to my footwear and clothes. The main reason for that is I am very particular about what I wear.  Most of the clothes or shoes I want to wear will not stand up to a Illinois winter. When Rhea footwear approached me about reviewing their product line I checked out their website and immediately fell in love with their Daphne Black Bootie.
I live in Missouri and Missouri can get very cold during the winter months, which I am not a big fan of – yet I am still here! With that said, I LOVE to wear fall and winter clothing. It’s so fun to mix and match to make your own unique style – must I mention…BOOTIES?!

The booties are everything! These are from Rhea Footwear – Daphne Black Bootie and retails at $150. Rhea’s footwear come with a no slip bottom – these are perfect for our winter months with ice and snow. I must say very beautiful and stylish!

Who doesn’t love a pair of shoes that’s fun, fashionable and fit like a dream?

I’m self-confessed shoe addict, but since I’ve been working from home these past few years, my wardrobe mostly consists of basic yoga pants and T-shirts. My shoe-buying obsession has decreased exponentially, too. Yeah, I know. Booooring, right? Therefore, I was THRILLED when Rhea Footwear contacted me and asked me if I’d like to try out a pair of their super-cute non-slip shoes.


Fellow college students, listen up: this is where Rhea Footwear comes in. Who said you couldn’t look stylish and maintain your footing while crossing campus? These chic little non-slip booties provide legitimate comfort and the perfect tread for winter weather, two things that are really hard to check off at the same time when it comes to winter footwear. I feel like I’m usually either sacrificing comfort or safety for style, and that’s definitely impractical.


Today I am excited to talk about my most recent collaboration with Rhea Footwear. I am wearing the Classic Signature Flat in Sapphire Blue. This color is the perfect match for a dressy top and blue jeans. Its suede upper features a silky and luxurious appearance, while smooth leather trims give our flat a finer edge. I love the smoking slipper silhouette and it's the perfect shoe to take you from desk to drinks. Also, all Rhea shoes are made using Rhea's GRIP-TECH outsole to keep you safe and stylish at all times - perfect for Pittsburgh's unpredictable winter weather.
I took a break from my fort of heated blankets to go play in the snow. It's so funny when I look back and think about all of the winters of my early twenties when I insisted that my Vans were fine for winter. These days, I don't go out in the snow without a pair of boots — mainly cause I will fall and bust my ass in anything else.
So speaking of boots, a big part for me are the soles. Being able to have boots that are properly conditioned and suitable for wet winter weather is important, and these Daphne boots that Rhea sent over are great for slippery surfaces. The grip sole has already played a good role in my winter commute!

Let me tell you about these Daphne Booties from Rhea Footwear; they’re magnificent on so many levels. For starters, they’re gorgeous. I have a problem with leather boots, and that problem is that I want all the leather boots. Terrific, ankle-height ones in black? Magical. Secondly, they’re absolutely meant for people like me, of the accident-prone variety. And maybe you too? Because the Neverslip Technology is meant for folks who not only fall down often but also folks who walk to and fro and endure all sorts of weather.


Hello!  It’s been a good while since I shared an outfit post and it’s been a challenge to sneak in pictures lately now that it’s getting dark so early.  I actually wasn’t sure if these would turn out as we took the right at dusk but I really loved how the different pieces came together so I figured I at least had to try!  This red coat has been on serious repeat ever since it came in, and I’m seriously obsessed with the simple clean lines and the festive red color.  It comes in petite sizing and I love how it’s naturally tapered at the waist too to add some shape.  While I don’t normally wear so much red, it just feels appropriate this time of year and I couldn’t help but pair it with these new red smoking slippers!  I’ve been really appreciating a comfortable flat to run errands in and these are the perfect combination of casual yet refined.
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