MEET OUR FRIEND + STYLE MUSE @MADIREIMER

 

How does living Minnesota influence your style?

Oh gosh. The winters are long and cold so I tend to only want to wear cozy things Dec-March. April comes around and is either still snowy or the grass is turning green and all I want to wear is dresses every day. Over the summer it's very humid, so anything that doesn't have me really wearing anything skin-tight is a win! So. Many. Dresses. and mules and sandals! Fall is really fun too because of all the vibrant colors of nature- you want to match the world around you. You have to be prepared for four completely different seasons to live in Minnesota, so it keeps my wardrobe exciting.

 

What are your routines for getting ready for the day?

I have a very luxurious skin care routine, make a smoothie bowl or eggs, and sit at my kitchen table and work on my computer the majority of the day for a Non Profit. 

 

 

Where do you find inspiration?

Women I admire and look up to, like @TaylrAnne, @TarahKreutz, @Fancytreehouse. But at the end of every day, I need to be wearing something that inspires me and feels like a reflection of who I am.

Who are some of your favorite designers?

I love brands that are doing things sustainable and ethically. My favs are Ace & Jig, Kotn, Jesse Kamm, Girlfriend, Tribe Alive, anything vintage, Levis, Esby Apparel.
What are some of your favorite travel destinations?
Palm Springs, Hawaii, really anywhere where there is an ocean or dry desert heat are my favorite places to go.

 

Flats or heels?
Mules and Chunky heels!
.
.
SHOP: BOLENA
FOLLOW: @MADIREIMER
HB_FW23_Mina_Wine_-9_8950255f-7064-43be-8616-a67c470395a3.jpg
HB_SS23_Chachi_Coal_-_34.jpg

Craftsmanship is at the heart of each pair of Huma Blanco shoes.

Huma Blanco is a footwear brand, designed and handmade in Lima, Peru. The line was born of an appreciation for the simple luxury of Peruvian hides and textiles, along with a goal to sustain long-term jobs for shoemakers in its designer's home country.

The raw beauty of these Peruvian materials - such as suede, alpaca and calf hair - inspires the designer, Adriana Crocco. Crocco works with them using natural dyes, or leaving them in their pure form. The line fuses classic silhouettes with interesting construction and unexpected textures.

adriana-headshot-2_1080x_af3a356f-5218-4b2f-809b-dce26b14ada6.jpg

The Designer

Huma Blanco is created by Adriana Crocco, a third-generation shoemaker and designer based in Lima. Her Peruvian and Italian shoemaking heritages have led Adriana to an appreciation for quality of materials and construction.

Shop by Collection

FW23_Quinn_Chocolate-10.jpg

Boots

Heels

Heels

HB_FW23_Mina_Wine_-2.jpg

Mules

Olive

Sandals