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Shoes exude and provoke femininity, allure, and style. My long-winded love affair with shoes began early on. I believe my daughter, who will be turning 2 in the summer, is also going to be the same way. Not only she insists on wearing shoes, especially when we’re at home, but that is all she talks about (shoe is her favorite word!). As Marilyn Monroe famously quoted, “Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world.”
For summer 2014, it’s all about pristine white, wedges, slip-ons, embellished sandals, chunky heels, and the bohemian look, such as gladiators, thong sandals, woven sandals, and huaraches.
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HilLesha O'Nan resides in Southern Indiana with her husband, two children, and a Maltese. She's a lifestyle and travel blogger that enjoys photography, flea markets, fashion, movies, natural wellness and living, vegetarian and vegan food, music, history, antiques, and interior decorating. She is also the founder of To the Motherhood, Fashion Fling, and The Beauty Counter.
To the Motherhood was created by HilLesha O'Nan, a lifestyle blogger and vegetarian that's passionate about photography, fashion, beauty, home improvement, traveling, cooking, and wellness. She resides in Evansville, Indiana with her husband, two children (3 y/o daughter and 10 y/o son), and a Maltese named Bali. She has worked with companies like Princess Cruises, eBay, Best Buy, and Microsoft. She's currently a MadeBlinds Ambassador, Paul Mitchell Insider and Aveeno Ambassador.
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HilLesha O'Nan is also the founder of Fashion Fling and The Beauty Counter.