In Her Shoes: Maria José Diaz’s Chic Spring Style

We first discovered Salvadoran marketing manager Maria José Diaz when she began rocking our new spring collection in her Instagram alongside beautiful blooms and tropical landscapes. The globe-trotting co-creator of bilingual fashion blog Our Favorite Style has racked up an impressive following thanks to photos that showcase a wardrobe aesthetic best described in her own words, “bohemian and ethnic glam”. Think head-to-toe neutrals in elegant cuts paired with luxe sneakers, distressed denim with ballet flats, and hyper-feminine printed blouses with bare feet. We especially love her air of mystery–Maria José often obscures her face behind a wide-brim hat or oversized shades–and her photos’ dreamy, washed-out filter. Keep scrolling to see how she wears her Naturalizers all over the world.

A bunch of daisies and denim add casual color to the silver leather Morrison sneaker.

Love the denim on denim look? Take it to the next level with destroyed jeans and the Ginnie boat shoe crafted from cheetah print denim.

The delicate ginger snap shade of this suede Sarah flat pairs perfectly with Maria José’s ensemble of head-to-toe neutrals–which includes her cute puppy!

How stunning does the snakeskin-printed Zahn bootie next to a bouquet of Easter lilies and greens?

Chai brown leather is the perfect nude shade next to Maria José’s skin; the Brittany ballet flat adds a ladylike touch to an embellished chambray shirt and aviator shades.

Once again, this brunette beauty proves that all you need to elevate the “Canadian tuxedo” is a chic pair of shoes, such as the dove grey, block-heeled Whitney pump.

This combination of espresso leather Natalie pump, dark denim, and guitar is giving us serious style envy.

Love Maria José’s Salvadoran style? Be sure to see how Atlanta’s Psyche Southwell, San Francisco’s Tina Phan, Austin’s Lee Anne Benjamin, and New York’s Courtney Quinn show off their spring Naturalizers!

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