On day two of the Saint Louis Fashion Week blogger experience, I got to explore Naturalizer’s latest fall styles and learn about the newest technology behind the brand’s comfortable shoes. A brand that prioritizes style and comfort? Of course, I was intrigued.
I was excited to learn about Naturalizer’s N5 Contour collection featuring shoes with advanced, premium technology for delivering comfort. Shoes with the N5 comfort technology offer dual density cushioning, breathable microfiber linings, innovative contour insoles, flexible materials inside and out, and they’re light. Let’s just say, I couldn’t wait to have the N5 experience.
I first tried on Jarret, a pair of ankle boots with an edgy wraparound strap complete with metallic hardware. They were a perfect fit and oh so comfortable. I tried on the Jordie boot next, a mod tall boot with a wraparound strap. They, too, had a relaxed fit. To seriously test the N5 technology, though, I had to try on another pair. So, I tried on the Harbor boot, a sleek tall boot. This pair had such an amazing fit that I didn’t want to take them off.
|Jarret, Jordie, and Harbor boots on display in the Naturalizer store at the St. Louis Galleria.|
I’m wearing the Naturalizer Harbor boots in today’s post in black in the medium width. They’re the boots my cold weather wardrobe has been wanting. By the way, these boots are also available in brown and a wide calf width. I envision wearing them often, with skinny pants, with dresses, with any look that can use a pair of sleek black boots.
I’ve been reaching for all black a lot this fall. To jazz up my black ensembles, I rely on mixed textures, like the rich leather boots and the mud cloth clutch. I also embrace statement pieces, like the ruffle-front blouse and the mirror rock crystal drop earrings.
What I’m wearing: