Eileen blogs at Yes Missy. When sandal season began, she pulled out an old pair of wedge sandals. Although they still had a lot of life in them, Eileen wasn’t in love with the fabric straps.
Laura blogs at Over the Apple Tree. She recently decided that a pair of shoes she had that fit perfectly just weren’t the right color for her spring dress–even though she loved the style, they needed to be pink, not tan.
Our second shoe makeover of the day comes from Becca from Halfway to Hipster. She had the brilliant idea of painting shoes to give them an utterly trendy new look. Check out how she turned old shoes into funky spectator shoes!
I’ve declared today the unofficial day of rescued shoes. Let’s start the morning off with find out how Laura from Over the Apple Tree fixed her daughter’s favorite pair of boots.
Becca blogs at Halfway to Hipster. Over the summer, she found a pair of cowboy boots. It appears they were worn by a genuine cowboy, too, based on their condition. As anyone who loves boots knows, when you find a good pair, you grab ‘em, so Becca went ahead and took these home. She was certain they had potential.
“While at the thrift store about a year ago, I found a pair of scuffed up white ballet flats that looked pretty sad but fit quite nicely,” says Autum of It’s Always Autumn. She brought them home, but confesses, “I stuck them in my closet, and promptly forgot about them!”
Over at R&R Workshop, Rachel has come up with an adorable refashion. “We were given a pair of white Salt Water sandals from a friend and I wanted to change the color just for fun,” she says.
Bev of Flamingo Toes has a completely adorable shoe refashion to share that started with a boring pair of white flats from Walmart. I can’t wait to show this one to you!