Spicing things up


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I don’t know about you, but I switched to Summer mode a few days ago. Well, I guess that the warm temperatures in Los Angeles sped up the process. This season I am craving spicy colors: they remind me of the tones that you find in Morocco, very warm, deep and earthy. Thanks to Shoes of Prey, a retail brand that allows you to design your own shoes online (I introduced you to the brand in this post last year), I was able to personalize my slingback pumps and to choose this gingerbread vegan leather that is exactly what I had in mind. I styled it with what might be my new favorite piece in my wardrobe: this jumpsuit from Faithfull The Brand. I don’t think that I can get enough of this burnt Sienna color that instantly warms up the look. I also love the contrast of styles between the classic shoes and the sexy, ultra-feminine playsuit.

Today, I have partnered with Shoes of Prey to offer you a free custom inscription (valued at $49) with the code LAURALBOUY. You can choose anything, your initials, a word that means something to you…to make your new shoes unique. Start creating it now!

Photos: @stefaniemariee



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