Our Gypsy sandal has been flying off the shelves this summer, and it's easy to see why. Gypsy is super comfy (check out the flatform and lining) and right on trend. Plus, it's currently on a major sale - Gypsy was originally $59 but it on sale for $44 with an additional 35% off (use code BLOWOUT). Check out how two aweseome bloggers styled Gypsy and then grab a pair for yourself. Be quick, this sale only lasts until Wednesday!

1. Jessica from Vintage Virgin paired her Gypsy sandals with a crochet detailed dress, fringed bag and plenty of accessories for a boho-chic look.

2. Julie from Julie Ann Art paired her pair with a floral dress and minimal jewelry for a super easy, super chic look that's perfect for any summer event.

Which look is your favorite? How would (or do) you wear your pair of Gypsy?

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I also like how Julie Ann wore them, super cute! Alwayssaygrace.com
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LOVE how Julie Ann wore them!

LOVE how Julie Ann wore them! I would probably pair them with cuffed jeans cuz that's just how I roll
July 27, 2012 - 16:24 - Twitter - Facebook

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Life is a lot of things, a large percentage of which are not awesome. There are curve balls, there are unfortunate twists and turns, and there will always be disappointment. Above all, there will always be unknowns. But a few things I DO know to be true...

 

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We are definitely all awesome. You are awesome, I am awesome, we are awesome. Life's unexpected mishaps are easier to conquer when we remember that we are all stellar human beings. We can do hard things. We can overcome and most likely will overcome. We are all awesome.

 

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We spend entirely too much time wasting time on things we don't want to do. Some are necessary, but I'm willing to be there's plenty in your life that is NOT necessary. Find it, weed it out, and make space for the stuff you DO want to do. Life is too short to be miserable.

 

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Sometimes it's not the situation that's bumming you out. Sometimes you just need to find a new perspective and "water" that green grass. I'm the worst at this, but I'm working on it.

Lastly, 

 

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That's all there is to it, kids. Be happy, feel love and peace, and life's hurdles will hopefully be a TINY bit easier to overcome. Keep it positive, today! Sending plenty of good vibes your way.

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 Hola Blowfish beauties!!! Hope you've been having a smashing week thusfar! :) Today I've got another installment of 3 Ways to Wear It, featuring one of our cutest platforms: Genny!

First, we've got the lovely Laura from Violet Bella with a casual jersey skirt and cute graphic tee, sporting Genny in brown:

Next, we have Krista from Saturated Canary sporting Genny in bright red with a bright poppy-print skirt to match:

And finally we have Andrea from Blonde Bedhead looking modern and fresh in an open-back floral romper:

 

So, I'm curious. How would you sport YOUR pair?? :)

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 Boy, oh boy, do I love reading. And that might be the biggest understatement of 2012. Books are my jam, kids. I was an English major in college, but once I sold my soul to the technical writing devil, well, I wasn't too big of a reader anymore since I turned into a corporate machine. Lately, though, I'm getting back in touch with my literary roots, and it's glorious. 

First up is a piece from a phenomenal author, John Green. I read The Fault in Our Stars in about two seconds and then voraciously tore through all of his books. Paper Towns was also a favorite! It's a fast read with clever writing that's perfect for summer.

Next on my summer favorites list was Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta. Another YA novel that's a quick and easy read for summer, but it's got an excellently complex plot.

 

If you're more in the mood for a non-fiction read, try Incognito by David Eagleman. It's a pretty incredible look into how our brain really works put in easily digestable terms. It sounds boring, but trust me--it's not. You'll feel like you don't even know your own brain. Pretty cool.

 

And if classics are more your style, I HIGHLY suggest Steinbeck's East of Eden. A definite favorite of mine and one I try to read at least once a year!

 

What have you been reading this summer? Do tell! I'm always on the hunt for my next good read.

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