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8 Outfit Pegs for Girls Who Hate Heels

Smart casual street style, approved by Caroline Issa.
8 Outfit Pegs for Girls Who Hate Heels Smart casual street style, approved by Caroline Issa.

There’s something about Caroline Issa—fashion editor and branding consultant for Mulberry, Chloe, Liberty, Prada and now local brand Harlan + Holden—that’s effortlessly chic and never contrived. Standing out it in a street full of peacocking Anna Dello Russos and Giovanna Battaglias making their way to the next show at Fashion Week, she’s got a natural flair for making things look easily put-together (a printed dress and flats! - oh, how we try to get away with it during PhFW.) It’s no wonder street style photogs Tommy Ton and Daniel Grandl adore her.

Here we pin down 8 of our favorite looks that she wore during Fall 2015 Couture Week:

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Caroline Issa attends the Schiaparelli show at Place Vendome. And while she could be wearing heels under this Isolda maxi, we could totally see this working with flats. Take it from the girls at Pitti Uomo this year!

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Caroline wears Sacai (available locally at Univers) as she attends Balmain Menswear Spring/Summer 2016. 

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Here she wears her own design: a Caroline Issa for Nordstrom dress paired with lace-up sandals.

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Caroline wears a Sacai outfit paired with Tods shoes (she's been styling their runway shows) as she watches the Men's Collections in Paris.

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She keeps it simple in a powder blue Eudon Choi dress for another day of shows at Paris Fashion Week.

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Here she sports a Sacai jacket, Paul Andrews shoes and a Julietta dress to see the Men’s Collections in London.

Style Bible says: Pointed flats elongate your line, and are a great compromise. They're like heels without heels!

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She attends the Atelier Versace show in a sheer polka dotted dress and  flat sandals.

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At Givenchy Menswear Spring/Summer 2016, in a printed off shoulder number, again with her signature flats.

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