Fall is for exploring. The weather is cooling down, the trees are changing colors, and we don’t know about you, but we just want to adventure all day long. That’s why we made our seamless shoes. We designed our Rothy’s footwear to be worn all day long, with no blisters and no pain. Yes, even fresh out of the box on that very first day. So grab a pair of our comfortable ballet flats and come with us as we preview some of the most exciting museum exhibits coming to the US this fall. Because where better to take our ballet flats than to the museum?
Days at the museum can be long, with a lot of steps logged and miles walked. Our shoes that feel like slippers will keep you comfortable and light on your feet all day, and you definitely won’t need to keep that “emergency pair” in your bag just in case. If you’re in San Francisco, check out the Edvard Munch exhibit at SFMOMA. The exhibit is up now and goes through October 9, so hurry there in your Rothy’s before it closes!
Washingtonians must stop into the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery to see the One Life: Sylvia Plath exhibit, which is up through May of next year. The exhibit explores Plath’s physical and aesthetic transformation as she grew into herself and her writing in the 1950s. It features her feelings towards her two different “brown-haired” and “platinum” selves and showcases letters written by Plath, some of her own artwork, and photographs of the poet and her family throughout the course of her young life.
In Houston, starting on October 8, check out the Museum of Fine Arts exhibit on Oscar de la Renta. Appropriately titled The Glamour and Romance of Oscar de la Renta, the show will give you some serious outfit-envy. It highlights the life and career of de la Renta and takes you back sixty years to show his evolution as a designer. Your fashion-forward Rothy’s will be in excellent company here.