Meet Alyssa. Today she helped me shoot a lookbook video featuring a few different skirts in my closet (coming soon), and we took these photos of her in this ensemble! I’ve had a few requests from friends to be featured on Adapting Style, so perhaps you’ll be seeing some more new faces around here soon!
If you’d like to be featured in a Guest OOTD post, let me know!
Crop top - ASOS
Skirt - ASOS
Hat - Somewhere in Dominican Republic
Sandals - Ardene
Necklace - Green Earth
Bracelet - Vintage
Ring - Chinese opal
You may have heard of JustFab.ca from their suggestive television commercials. You know, a couple of ladies sit in front of a computer in a public space and cause a scene letting out various “ouuuu”s and “ugghhh”s as they swoon over sexy shoes. See below.
Or perhaps you’ve seen E! network’s show “Kimora: House of Fab”, starring President/Creative Director Kimora Lee Simmons and the rest of the JustFab crew as they give you a behind-the-scenes look at the brand.
If you still have no idea what I’m talking about, JustFab is an L.A.-based website providing on-trend shoes, bags, accessories and more at affordable prices (I’m talkin’ $40 a pair, here). Their heels and handbags have been seen on stars like Miranda Kerr, Lindsay Lohan and Hilary Duff.
Here’s how it works: You sign up, fill out a quick style survey, and you’re looking at shoes tailored to your taste. You get 20% off your first order. Once you complete your first order, you are in the JustFab VIP program, which means all shoes and bags are $39.95. From then on, unless you click “Skip This Month”, you are charged $39.95 each month and you select which shoes or bag they send you. That’s just $40 for a new pair of shoes every month (hello, heart eyes). It’s like a subscription, but you get to pick what you want.
I ordered my first pair of shoes from JustFab this month. My pick: the Tucson sandal in Coral.
The shoes arrived just two days later. I was pleasantly surprised with how fast their shipping worked.
And, like any other shoe-loving-gal would do, I immediately shared my purchase on Instagram. (@adaptingstyle)
Here’s a breakdown on the shoes:
Quality: Stellar. The craft and stitching of the shoe is not cheap, which was a concern for how affordable the pair was.
Fit: True to size. As a girl with a large, wide foot, heel shopping can be hell. These sandals are even slightly big, much to my surprise. The width is fabulous.
Comfort: As expected. When you order a 5.5” inch stiletto heel, comfort isn’t exactly an option. I wore these to an event at the Royal Ontario Museum. After about 3 hours, I was ready to take them off.
Website VS. Reality: Exact. The colours are right on and what you see online is what you get.
In conclusion, here are my final thoughts (or the TLDR version) on JustFab:
I’m looking forward to picking out my next pair of shoes in June!