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Goodbye Folk shoes

Apr 12 2012, 8:00 am 0 Monica Bogliolo

Lately, I’m literally obsessed with oxford or derby shoes in female versions, often available in fancy patterns and bright colors, in addition to the classic black or bicolor. The perfect accessory to add some fun to the most basic combinations, as well as a lifesaver in this transitional season period. I love them both with skirts and skinny pants and, at the risk of sounding monotonous, I wear them really often. For this I was kidnapped by the models of “Goodbye Folk“, a creative laboratory based in Mexico City. A hair salon where, between a haircut and a dye, you can buy vintage clothes or a great pair of shoes, entirely handmade by the team of designers. You’re not Mexican? Don’t worry: on the Etsy shop you can find many models, and also order a custom pair. After careful consideration, I decided that my favorite are the mint-colored (one color that I still miss) and the floral ones.

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