Tamra Judge’s Wedge Sandals in Puerto Vallarta

August 1, 2018-

By Lauren

Tamra Judge’s Wedge Sandals in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Real Housewives of Orange County Season 13 Episode 3 Fashion

So I’m sitting here at Levato Salon (if you follow my personal Instagram you’re quite familiar with it since I’m her quiiiiiite frequently) with the owner and my hair stylist Ashley Carvelato, working and talking Real Housewives, as we always do. As luck would have it, she mentioned that she just happens to own Tamra Judge’s wedge sandals that she wore in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico! Talk about killing two birds with one stone—getting my hair big and blonde and blog info all at once? Yes please!

My girl Ashley also mentioned that they’re super comfortable (she wore them to work yesterday where she is on her feet alllll day) and affordable, which is a great combo. I’d also like to mention that Tamra was NOT wearing them when she broke her ankle. I mean, they potentially could have saved her from slipping based on Ashley’s plug for these exceptional espadrilles.

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Side note! I’m participating in a blogger panel discussion with 3 other Social Media mavens on August 18, 2018 here at Levato Salon. It’s really going to be an amazing even for people looking to grow their social media presence and blog. Get more info by clicking HERE.

Tamra Judge's Wedge Sandals in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Tamra Judge's Wedge Sandals in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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