Blogger Spotlight: Sidewalk Catwalks

Naina of Sidewalk Catwalks in her red Kilty mocs

Naina's Minnetonka must-haves, a pair of Full Leopard Mocs

A colorful chic look styled with a pair of Front Lace Knee High Boots

Blogger Spotlight:  Naina of Sidewalk Catwalks

We adore these chic looks Naina of Sidewalk Catwalks styled, combining bright bold colors with a few of her favorite Minnetonka products including the Front Lace Knee Hi Boot, Full Leopard Moc and Kilty Moc in red.

What’s your Minnetonka story?
I have never owned a pair of Minnetonka mocs before, mainly because I almost always used to opt for heels when it came to dressing up. But I’ve come to learn that chic doesn’t have to be sacrificed for comfort, and my feet love me all the more for cushioning them in some soft as heck moccasins.

If you could explain your style in one word or phrase what would it be?
Colorgasm. I love to mix and match colors and hues, the same way you’d see them in art or nature or architecture. It’s my favorite fashion element because it’s so fun and versatile.

Whose style inspires you?
The everyday diva’s. It’s too simple to look to the runway for guidance; there are beautiful people wandering the streets of the world, and I take what I see and reinvent it to suit my own style.

What’s your favorite city and why?
Definitely, without a doubt, Amsterdam. I lived there for a while and loved what an active, on-the-go city it is. People know how to be independent and this shows in their style; whether they’re in flats or heels, it’s always well structured and so full of oomph.

My Minnetonka must-have item is…
The Full Leopard Moc. I’m normally not the biggest advocate of pattern play, but what female can resist the ferocity that comes with having feet covered in feline femininity. Comfy but killer at the same time.

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