Dime Find of the Week: Miss Selfridge Colorblock Mule

Posted On Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
Filed Under: Deals & Steals, Fab Under $100, Style Guide
What: Miss Selfridge Lipstick Mule
Why: 90s style is back and here’s how to get in on the trend without overspending.
Lately I’ve been baffled by this ugly shoe trend that everyone’s going crazy over. Seriously, I don’t care how comfy Birkenstocks may be, they’re just hideous! However, one trend from the 90s I’m gradually warming up to is the mule. I’ve seen a few pairs that I would rock and I have officially added the mule to my thrift wish list. And it’s all thanks to these colorblock mules from Miss Selfridge.
I love how they’re the perfect combination of a trend but with a classic twist, thanks to the neutral tones and pointy toe. But how do you wear mules? These would look great with everything from a rolled cuff boyfriend jean to a universally figure flattering dress like an A-line.
Since what’s old is always new again, I’m hoping I can find a pair of stylish mules at a thrift store because you know I can’t purchase new clothes, since my Thrifty Threads 365 challenge is still going strong.
Are you happy to see mules are back? How did you wear them in the 90s and how would you wear them now? What shoe styles do you not want to see again?
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One thought on “Dime Find of the Week: Miss Selfridge Colorblock Mule

  1. And to think I was the only one who hated those Birkenstocks!!!! YUCK!!! I am soooo in love with the MULES!!! I see me wearing them with a sleek pair of cuffed jeans with a neutral toned chiffon shirt with “dainty” accessories!! This shoe could bring a sophisticated chic look!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE!

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