Notice anything different?
NEW SITE ALERT!
After months (okay, maybe even a year) of making excuses, I finally bit the bullet and switched from Squarespace to WordPress. I KNEW it would be the better option for me in the long run, but I had a million and one reasons why I just couldn’t make the switch (#1 reason being laziness). A HUGE shoutout to Jess and Blair from Blogging For Keeps. Without Jess, I probably would have quit 100 times in the past few weeks. If you’re looking to start a blog, you need to start with BFK. They cover every topic you could possibly imagine in relation to blogging, and they are so helpful whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned blogger looking to take your site to the next level. I have nothing but good things to say about Jess & Blair, so please do check out their incredible blogging tips!
The Clydescope doesn’t look that much different, but from the back end it’s a whole new ballgame. I have a to-do list that’s a mile long and I’m still working out a few technical kinks on the new site, but YAY WORDPRESS! Okay, and I will most definitely fiddle with the design for the next little while. But I am SO happy that I finally made the switch; on to bigger and better things!
…and also on to the blog post!
I decided to step outside of my comfort zone with these Geox booties. They aren’t THAT wacky, but I’m toeing the line of “different for Carly.” I decided to go with a style that I’m comfortable with, but in a colour that I wouldn’t normally choose: enter the gorgeous burgundy Lia boots by Geox. I swear these boots change colour every day; sometimes they look brown, other times a deep oxblood, and sometimes they are a true burgundy. I’m in love with the buckle detailing as well as the patent leather on the heels. My Geox are absolutely stunning for fall- they add a little something extra to a plain black outfit, and also look put together and chic with jeans.
Perfect burgundy boots combined with cool temperatures and gorgeous falling leaves are finally making it feel like fall!
The boots featured in this post were kindly provided by Geox. As always, all opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that help The Clydescope grow!