dress made by me (similar here and here — tutorial coming in a few weeks!)
j.crew hat
nordstrom bag (sold out — similar here)

old navy jacket (sold out — similar here, here, and here)

Today I’m really excited to introduce you to BucketFeet, an artist-designed footwear brand that is changing the way people interact with art. As an artist myself, I love seeing art and style mixed together (in fact, it’s giving me the itch to paint some fabric or something), and when you can make an amazing shoe that is crazy versatile and insanely comfortable, you know I’ll be all over that.

All of BucketFeet’s amazing shoes are designed by graffiti artists, tattooists, illustrators, writers, and other awesome original creators from around the world, and I love how each of them is so unique and interesting and tells a story. The entire purpose of this brand is to connect people and start a conversation, and they totally do because it’s literally like wearing a piece of art right on your feet! They have more than 20 new styles for Fall, and with sneakers being huge this year, they’re the perfect addition to your closet. Plus, they have styles for not only women, but also for men and kids!
Typically I think of pairing my sneakers with just jeans and a tee (and I certainly do that a lot), but there are so many fun and interesting ways you can wear your sneakers this Fall. Try them like I did here with a dress and baseball cap for a sporty chic look, or with a pair of leather pants and a camo jacket for an edgy, but laid back look for Fall. They also look amazing with shorts, skirts, white denim, distressed denim, maxi dresses, tunics and leggings — seriously, everything. If you haven’t hopped on the sneaker trend train, now is the time.
Here are a few of my faves:
And, since I know you’ll want a pair too, BucketFeet is generously offering 25% off your entire purchase to the first 25 buyers with promo code MERRICK25, so hurry, hurry and snag yourself a pair (and then try not to wear them every single day of the week!)

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