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#TuesdayShoeLab: 10 Chicest mules for spring

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#TuesdayShoeLab: 10 Chicest mules for spring. Source FN.com

It’s #TuesdayShoeLab at TFS, so it’s time to talk shoes. Our pick today? The chicest mules for spring.

It’s no secret that this backless shoe style is one of the biggest shoe trends right now. The slip-on-and-go style offers effortless polish to any outfit. But how do you make it work for your own personal style? Whether you’re heading to a rock concert or an important business meeting, there’s a number of different mules on the market that can be tailored to you. Just remember that the style tends to read as more casual than dressy — meaning if you want to wear it to the office, you’ll want to look for a more refined, closed-toe shape.

There’s something for everyone, and we’ve rounded up the best ones this season for every budget.

Be sure to come back every Tuesday to check out the week’s featured style and shop the shoes sure to keep your wardrobe fresh and covetable.

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Fendi Kan I Mini Aubusson-Print Bag

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Fendi Kan I Mini Aubusson-Print Bag

Fendi aubusson-print leather shoulder bag with ABS studs. Shiny palladium hardware. Sliding chain and leather shoulder strap. Flap top with ABS stud push-lock clasp. Interior, microfiber lining; one slip pocket.

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Dior Couture Spring 2017

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Dior Couture Spring 2017 – Source & Images Via WWD

As Maria Grazia Chiuri develops her identity at and for the house of Dior, she feels its complexities and pressures, particularly for couture. ‘OK, I want to determine what it means for me to do couture.’ I think it is important to maintain this idea that it’s wearable, because in any case we have the clients. But at the same time, I don’t want to lose the idea of dreaming.”

Lest anyone think Chiuri would ease into that idea of a wearable dream, think again. For her Dior couture debut, she authored an extravagant visual tale, one that drew on the founder’s love of gardens. Chiuri had one installed on the grounds of the Musée Rodin, hers a fairy-tale place, magical, sinister and overgrown with foliage. Arriving guests wended through an outdoor maze, and once inside, around straight and curved seating of the bucolic sort, covered in dense greenery. Centering the garden: an ominously enticing tree, its branches strung with beads, ribbons and tarot regalia.

The dresses, meanwhile, included moody, broody, heroine-lost-in-the-woods gowns and a lovely white ecclesiastical shroud. Mostly, there were exquisitely rendered variations on delicate otherworldliness, laces and tulles gloriously embellished, some worn with fanciful Stephen Jones headgear.

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