Color Block Sweater & Stuart Weitzman Boots on Sale

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Color Block Sweater c/o, Ivory Leggings (on sale!), Stuart Weitzman boots (on sale!)
Prada Cuir (similar), Crystal Hoop Earrings, Too Faced Lips

Happy Monday Y’all! I won’t bury the lead here: some of my favorite Stuart Weitzman boots are on sale, some styles are up to 40 percent! If you’ve been dying to get a pair, now is the time and sizes are selling quickly. These boots are expensive but worth every penny. They hug your legs perfectly, making them look long and lean. The quality is incredible, too. I’ve worn them during harsh winters in snow (I know, I know so bad) and some light rain and they hold up well. Not to mention, they truly are so warm and my legs thank me on cold windy days. I couldn’t imagine having to stand outside and report during winter without these. Also, Stuart Weitzman is the best for slim or narrow calves. However, they will stretch to fit muscular calves, too.

First up, I’m wearing the Lowland in Buff / Mojave, which are on sale at 20 percent off for $639 here and here. I got this exact pair during this same sale last year, actually! I notice these run slightly bigger than its heeled sister. As always, I place gel inserts inside to help with comfort. These are ultra comfortable and excellent for walking. These come up about three inches above my knee.


The Highland are my favorite Stuart Weitzman boots of all time. However, now they are the Hiline, with a few adjustments, of course. The heel is the main difference to me. On the updated Hiline, the heel has a slightly chunkier silhouette. Another difference is the sole. On the Hiline, the sole is thicker and juts out a few millimeters from the suede body. This makes a big difference in comfort and you won’t feel everything you’re walking on. The Lowland as the same sole as what’s on the new Hiline. I own both Topo Suede and Black Highlands. The Nutmeg color is calling my name. This very light gray is on sale for 30 percent off.


The Stuart Weitzman 50/50 boots were my very first pair. I’ve gone through thick and thin with these. Memories of harsh Nebraska winters come to mind. To keep the leather soft and supple over the years, I use a protectant spray and lotion. Where the Hiline and Lowland are more trendy, these are more conservative. The shaft height is lower, hitting right above the knee, even on my 5’3 frame. I have the leather pair, but these also come in suede.