The Edit: 7 Ways To Wear Non-Cheesy Heart Prints

How to wear hearts without looking like a Lisa Frank folder.

7 Ways To Wear Non-Cheesy Heart Prints

Much like mules, heart prints get a bad rap. I can see why: There are plenty out there that are cheesy, twee, or downright ugly. I long detested them, along with my friend and colleague Carrie (who, it should be noted, is the editor of Philadelphia Wedding—if anyone should love hearts, it’s her). Then I bought this pair of Alice + Olivia shoes: black-and-white calf-hair Mary Janes. They’ve reformed my heart-hating ways (Carrie even loves ‘em!) and proved that—when done right—hearts can actually be chic. Here are my top 7 ways to wear your heart on  your sleeve (literally). Better than roses? I think so.




[1] Marco Bologna gemstone heart-print dress, $338.18 at Farfetch[2] Equipment Je T'Aime heart-print shirt, $258 at Knit Wit. [3] Play Comme Des Garçons Converse, $130.11 at Hervia[4] Heart studs, $50 at Free People[5] Sophia Webster Peron Hearts peep-toe pumps, $440 at Neiman Marcus[6] Alice + Olivia Gerri heart cut-out booties, $395 at Shopbop[7] Emma Cook silk panel sweater, $148 at Matches Fashion.

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