Destination Pretty: TOMS Black Canvas Women’s Classics for Travel

I’m headed to Buenos Aires tomorrow and so excited to do another jaunt in one of my favorite cities in South America. I was there 7 years ago and the “Paris of South America” has held a special place in my heart. I’m glad to be heading back with new places to slumber, feast, and shop. I’m also thankful to friends with family to give me the inside scoop and to take me on a foodie tour of Buenos Aires. I’m also eyeballing some custom made boots, but that will be another post.

I’ve joined the legions of people who are addicted to TOMS Shoes. It took me 3 different Nordstrom’s to finally find this canvas pair, but I’m happy I tooled around the city in search of the shoes. The key to traveling is a neutral color palette and black never goes out of style. Plus, it transitions from the plane to a restaurant. I acquired some new beauty as well. I’m always the beauty girl. Seriously, these are the perfect shoes to walk around San Telmo, Puerto Madero, Recoleta, and Palermo while I explore a city I fell in love with so many years ago and pretend I’m a porteño. It’s also the perfect shoe to dance into the wee hours at La Bomba de Tiempo and feast at Cabaña Las Lilas in no particular order.

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3 Comments on Destination Pretty: TOMS Black Canvas Women’s Classics for Travel

  1. Teri
    May 13, 2011 at 9:21 am (5 years ago)

    Hope you are having a fabulous time, Julia. I am so happy to see you blogging expansion and endeavors take place. Keep up the great work! xo Teri

  2. Ugochi
    June 17, 2011 at 7:06 am (4 years ago)

    TOMS are so fab! You must be back by now, but I hope the trip went well!

  3. adriana
    July 26, 2011 at 5:06 pm (4 years ago)

    Your love of both TOMS Shoes and BA is very interesting, since the concept behind TOMS originated in Argentina. I’ve traveled extensively around Argentina and South America and these shoes can be found for just a few USD. In fact, they are common among lower income population, which makes it even more interesting that you see TOMS as the type of shoe that can transition from the airport to a restaurant. I absolutely love Argentina, as well, but I have mixed feelings about TOMS. I’m curious to know if/how you received any reaction to your TOMS shoes down there or if you even saw them sold anywhere?? Hope you had a great trip!


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