How to Shop with a Shoe Fetish

Erin Hiemstra, the editor and creative director of home décor and personal style blog Apartment-34.c

“I’m in a committed relationship with my heels,” Erin Hiemstra says, with a laugh. “Though I’m tall, I’m a high-heel gal all the way—booties especially are my weakness.”

The self-proclaimed “Nordy’s gal” lets her sky-high heels, signature menswear-inspired watch and vintage accessories do the talking, pairing them with urban-chic, slightly androgynous wardrobe staples such as trim trouser pants and polished collared shirts that accentuate her statuesque form.

HIEMSTRA’S SHOPPING STOPS

For cropped pants and sale finds
Club Monaco
Pacific Place
600 Pine St., Suite 220
206.264.8001
clubmonaco.com

For statement heels
Lambs Ear Shoes
Fremont
3516 Fremont Place N
206.632.2626
lambsearshoes.com

For designer finds
La Ree Boutique
Old Main in Bellevue
11 103rd Ave. NE
425.453.7868
lareeboutique.com

For simple, chic tops and accessories
Madewell
University Village
2666 NE University Village
206.525.0151
madewell.com

To support her shoe habit
Nordstrom
Multiple locations, including
Downtown
500 Pine St.
206.628.2111
nordstrom.com

THE ENSEMBLE:  

Cacharel cream silk sleeveless top, Nordstrom; polyester-blend cropped pant, Club Monaco; vintage black-and-white stone and gold necklace, an online find (sashamaksvintage.com); vintage brass cuff bracelet, found at The Brooklyn Flea (brooklynflea.com); gold cocktail ring, Burnt Sugar in Fremont; Marni calf leather, three-toned bootie, Nordstrom; Zara brown leather tote bag, a San Francisco find.

Additional shoes are Hiemstra’s own: Vince Camuto booties, Belle Sigerson Morrison ankle boot with open slingback; her latest purchase is in hand, Rachel Comey lace-up, open-toe leather heels from Lambs Ear Shoes.

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