the go-anywhere-with-anything wedge

topshop dress | charles david wedge sandals | c/o kendra scott cuff | c/o moon and lola earrings | karen walker sunglasses | rebecca minkoff bag | photos by heidi geldhauser

Last summer I was gifted the most perfect pair of neutral wedges. I have easily worn them more than any other warm-weather shoe for the past year. Sadly, they were not restocked this season, and I have been on the hunt for a similar pair all Spring and Summer. 

I finally found the almost-identical pair I have been looking for, and am so excited to share them with you!

This neutral wedge by Charles David is truly a shoe you can wear Spring through early-Fall. It can be paired with pants, jeans, shorts, skirts, and dresses and can dressed up or down. The nude color is the perfect shade to mix with anything. Plus, it flatters and elongates the leg! {If you already had a neutral wedge, this one comes in five other colors, too.}

Did I mention it is comfortable AND under $100, too?!

This shoe will sell out soon, so snag a pair while it lasts! I promise you’ll love and wear it for years to come. Oh, and if you order this pretty dress and are “busty” like me, I recommend wearing with a bralet like this one.

Also, a reminder that the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Early Access starts TOMORROW. If you missed my post on Monday about how to best prepare to shop it, click here for lots of helpful tips. I’ll be at Nordstrom shopping the sale a day early today, so head over to Snapchat LaurenLefevre to see my sneak peek pics!

Stylishly yours,

P.S. I would like to invite all of you Atlanta-area ladies to a very special event I am hosting at the Kendra Scott Avalon store later this month to honor a deserving family in my community and raise money for Camp Braveheart.

Camp Braveheart primarily serves children in the state of Georgia and patients of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Sibley Heart Center Cardiology.  There is no fee for campers to attend.   The camp is very appreciative of any donations.

Camp Braveheart is very near and dear to the heart of a family in my community, the Caymol family.  Matthew Caymol overcame great odds to make it to camp this year.  After surviving a tragic car accident this past December, Matthew was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury, bruised lungs and a severe leg wound.  The accident also left his father with a shattered hip, broken ribs, and also bruised lungs.  But the most devastating of all was that Matthew lost his younger brother Drew.

Though I don’t know the Caymol family personally, I was extremely impacted by the tragedy they faced and have followed their journey and prayed for them since the accident. I have been thinking and praying for a way to help raise funds and awareness for the past few months, and am excited to host this give-back event with Kendra Scott. Please email if you plan on stopping by!

For more information on Camp Braveheart and the Caymol family, please click on the links below.

Camp Braveheart:       

The Caymol Family:

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