Trend Alert: Studded Styles

February 16, 2018 1 Comment

Trend Alert: Studded Styles

In a sea of sundresses, we’re all looking for ways to stand out in the warm weather seasons. The key to a unique look is in the details and this season we’re starstruck over studs. Here’s how to get the most out of this edgy adornment without letting it overpower your look: 

1. Keep It Casual

Featuring: CAREY (Tomato)

There’s a lot of texture on a sassy sandal like Carey: studs, perforated patterns, and a stacked heel. That means that the rest of your outfit can be simple. Distressed jeans, a neutral top, and a red silk scarf to tie everything together.

2. Easy, Breezy Style

Featuring: CAITLIN (Black)

Studded styles like Caitlin, a sleek open-toed shootie, are the perfect partner for a flowy, floral skirt and wide-brimmed sun hat. Perfect for warm weather dates on the patio.

3. Boho Beauty

Featuring: TESSA (Rust)

With weaving straps and playful cutouts, Tessa embodies the spirit of summer. The studded diamond-shaped upper screams bohemian-chic so wear it with your favourite leaf or floral headband. Let your accessories do the talking and pair it with simple jean shorts and a casual tank.

4. Make a Statement

Featuring: SATURN (Black)

Already have a studded statement piece? Wear it with a strong black heel like Saturn for a striking evening look. With a chunky 3.25” heel and a wrinkled leather outer, Saturn holds her own in any ensemble.

Studs aren’t just for rock shows anymore. Follow our tips to tame this edgy vibe for any occasion. Check out the new Miz Mooz Spring 2018 styles for more outfit ideas.


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February 16, 2018

I would wear all of those outfits!

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