Best House Slippers

Since I’ve been working from home for the past 2 years, I’ve swapped my heels (for the most part) for more comfortable footwear. Slippers have become the norm around my house! But since I’m obsessed with shoes, I’m still lusting after the most stylish pairs. No frumpy flats for me! I’m talking feathers, shearing, fur…you name it! If you’re in the same boat as me, enjoy this round-up of the most stylish slippers for your cozy time at home. 

Gucci: A little bit of logomania never hurt. Plus the cozy shearing will make these designer slippers extra comfortable. 

Sleeper Mules: These slippers give me classic boudoir vibes with the combination of satin and detachable feathers. So luxe!

Loewe: Right now I’m loving everything Loewe, especially these slippers with the subtle logo embossed on the rich leather. 

Manolo Blahnik: A slipper that you can wear in the house or out on the town! Sign me up for the gorgeous flat version of the iconic  Hangisi. 

Sleeper Ballet Flat: Another take on a more traditional ballet flat with multiple ribbons. This pair is girly but still modern. 

The Row: The perfect minimalist slipper that you’ll want to wear in and out of the house. 


Leather & Cream

Cream is the color of every season! It just looks so absolutely rich and goes with everything. Lately, I’ve been opting for cream and oatmeal, cream and grey, and of course…cream and black. 

While I was in Paris, I stopped into the Iro store and fell in love with a new leather jacket that had a longer length. My current jacket is a heavier weight and I wanted something that could basically serve as an edgier sweater over dresses and girlier looks. Enter this full skirt from Tibi. While I’ve rocked similar looks before (here and here), I absolutely loved the cream version of the skirt! I could buy it in every color! 

Skirt: Tibi. Jacket: Iro. Sweater: Theory.


The Louvre

Do you ever feel like your outfits on vacation are way better than your day-to-day outfits? Maybe it’s because they are planned with more care beforehand, but they appear to be more effortless. This was certainly the case for me during our recent trip to Paris. I packed all neutrals, and mixed and matched staple pieces depending on my mood. My favorite (and most comfortable) look of the trip was a simple, yet luxe sweater dress from Lafayette 148. Their pieces are so classic and always make me feel so sophisticated. The charcoal dress is the perfect length, not too tight, yet not baggy, and pairs well with everything. 

To go with my sweater dress, I wore simple tan and black flats, a cream coat, and a black beret – all from Zara. You all know I love mixing designer stapes with more affordable pieces from shops like Zara and H&M. Here’s to hoping that I can pull off similarly effortless looks back at home!

Dress: Lafayette 148. Clutch: Lafayette 148. Scarf: Louis Vuitton. Beret: Zara. Flats/Coat: Zara (old).