From Beach to City in Juliet Robot

Juliet Robot is a relatively new Korean shoe brand that is sure to stop you in your tracks with their unique styles. The designs are feminine with bold colors, and skillfully constructed with high quality materials. The silhouettes range from dainty to exaggerated.

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Santa Cruz Juliet Robot Jamie Atchinson

I instantly fell in love with the Voluminous Pink shoe from the premier collection. I paired the shoes with a simple White Ruffle Tie Dress to really let the color and oversized bows serve as the outfits focal point.

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San Francisco Juliet Robot Jamie Atchinson

I wore these shoes for a city outing in San Francisco and visited the cutest bakery. I paired them with this striped  Midi Jumpsuit .

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Candytopia Juliet Robot Jamie Atchinson

The shoes were very comfortable for heels, and made it with me to a cocktail party at the end of the day for Candytopia SF’s opening event. I love finding a pair of heels that you can wear all day!

Capitola in Juliet Robot and Marie Zelie

Capitola is a Bay Area treasure! It has these adorable multicolored houses right next to its famous pier. As far as beach towns go it’s quieter than Santa Cruz, and perfect for a relaxing daytrip. This is the second time I’ve worn Juliet Robot here (see below). The designs go well with the colorful backdrop these quirky houses provide.

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4 thoughts on “From Beach to City in Juliet Robot

  1. I love everything you post! And you have the greatest sense of style!! Keep up the awesome work! P.S. Thank for offering the giveaway! @underwaterwell

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