Ease Your Way Into Style With These Slides

Slide through summer with these trendy velvet slip-on shoes from Vintage Grace Boutique.



 

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Pool slides are perfect for late summer days when comfort (and style) is crucial. Slides are designed for effortless outfit coordination. Just slip on and voila!

If you’re looking for the ease of slides with a sophisticated twist that will take you way beyond the poolside, try these Bow Slides ($28.99) from Vintage Grace Boutique in Dormont.

You can pair these slides with just about anything — from dresses and denim skirts on hot summer days to boyfriend jeans on those cooler summer nights. The velvet fabric of the slides also transitions perfectly from summer to fall.

According to the store’s website, Vintage Grace Boutique was founded by Lauren Dzadony out of her “love and passion for fashion and art.” She creates handmade jewelry for her store, as well as custom creations upon request.

Available At:
Vintage Grace Boutique 
2991 West Liberty Ave., Dormont
vintagegraceboutique.com
 

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