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Rag & Co.‘s Ladylike Shoe Trend: From Luxury To Under $100 despite recession fears

Courtesy: Rag & Co.

All Monies Welcome

Yes, the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) fell for the second quarter in a row at 0.9 percent based on statistics today by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, and there’s strong fears that we’re heading into a recession, but style is style, and it doesn’t take a moment off in spite of economic woes, so Rag & Co. step in to aid those no matter what their budget is with handcrafted and eco-friendly footwear, those who want shoes of luxury, and those who only want to spend under $100.

While sky high platforms are a big trend this fall, let’s be honest.

Not everyone can pull that off.

So for those who prefer to be lower to the ground, have no fear.

The ladylike trend is making some major headway this season.

We’re going to see a lot of kitten heels, mules and loafers with feminine details like sparkles, beading, embroidery, pearl embellishments, Mary Jane cut out designs, velvet, lace up’s and shades of pink.

And for those of us who still want a mid size heel, opt for styles with thin straps or a slip-on heeled mule for a fresh, yet delicate look.

Here are our favorite ladylike shoes from luxury to under $100 that have us feeling so effortlessly chic no matter your budget.

Courtesy: Rag & Co.

Rag & Co is a premium leather, heritage footwear brand with beautiful, handcrafted designs.

The collection includes women’s sandals, mules, loafers, heels, clogs, boots, flats and slip on’s at a very affordable price point.

Their luxury line, Rag & Co X, has a variety of elevated, sophisticated styles like strappy sandals, chunky loafers, platform sandals, gladiators, kitten heels and sleek boots with meticulously crafted details using the finest materials and innovative designs.

Rag & Co is a conscious brand that uses all eco-friendly, biodegradable materials (like ethically procured leather and 100% natural cotton) and sustainable packaging.

See full collection here: https://ragnco.com/

Daniel Quintanilla