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Footwear Fashion For Fall


Footwear Fashion For Fall






Owner of SimplySoles.com, Kassie Rempel reveals what’s going to be hot this fall. If there is one thing on shoppers’ minds this season, it’s affordability. Hence, Kassie has expanded her exclusive lillybee line of shoes and handbags, which is created with style, comfort and budgets in mind. Besides highlighting budget friendly fashions, Kassie also sees a move toward luscious textures this fall and winter such as suede shoes by top women’s shoe designers, Bettye Muller, Chie Mihara, and Butter. Other textures which will be big this season are croc and ostrich print detailing. Another thing you’ll see a lot of is adornments such as ruffles, grommets and bows. You’ll also see a lot of rich colors. One hot trend you may like is the short cowboy boot, shown above by the popular FRYE line.


“On a cost-per-wear basis, shoes are one of the best investments in your wardrobe. Besides the

perfect black dress, classic white shirt and flattering pair of jeans, a pair of timeless shoes will last several seasons and transform your current wardrobe from fair to fab,” says Rempel.


Kassie Rempel is environmentally and socially conscious. All lillybee shoes are shipped to the customer in a durable, quilted shoe bags, designed for transporting shoes and also saving trees in the process by eliminating the need for a shoe box. Her company offers a shoe recycling program that benefits Suited for Change, a local non-profit DC-based organization that helps women in transition dress for success. Customers from around the country can make a gently worn shoe donation and receive a 10% discount on their purchase from SimplySoles.com.


For more information on Kassie and Simply Soles check out the links below.














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In 2008, I launched AskMissA.com which grew from my personal blog into a site with 700 writers, covering the intersection of charity & lifestyle in 20 U.S. cities. With Charity + Life, I am going back to a personal blog where I can share my favorite things, and continue to shine a light on nonprofits, and cause marketing campaigns to inspire others to give as they live.

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