Lately I’ve been rocking flats and taking a break from my six inch platforms. I will be the first one to tell you I hated flats, but I recently had a change a heart and that’s only because designers have stepped up the look of flats. From bows to embellishments, flats are fun now. My absolute favorites are spikes and studded flats, they give you the right amount of edge with out being too over the top. Take a look at the spike/studded flats I picked out for you guys. Continue Reading »
I truly believe a girl can never have too many shoes, but before you start expanding your collection lets make sure you have the basics first . There are five shoes every girl should have in her closet. Continue Reading »
I’m *DROOLING* as I type this post, these Giuseppe Zanotti Zig Zag leather wedges (I17016), are absolutely stunning. These shoes are a HOTTT, do you hear me? The $1,250 dollars wedges feature a zig zap pattern of rhinestone and studs, with a silver toe! I really love the 6 1/2 inch sculpted wedge heel. Now that’s stepping out in style! Check out theses ” Sweet Treats”, when you CONTINUE READING!
It’s been a while since we’ve done a ” Real or Steal” post, but when I saw the Privileged Sydney booties, I immediately thought of the Nicholas Kirkwood sandals. The two look very similar, but one of these shoes cost nearly12-hundred dollars, while the other is only $49 dollars. Both shoes feature a lace upper, a criss-cross suede pattern, and shoe laces. So, which is the REAL, and which is the STEAL?
Summer is quickly approaching, and I’m making sure my shoe game reflects the shift in seasons. These four pair of shoes are the start to my summer shoe collection. I have a long way to go to say it’s complete, but this is a start.
(From Left to Right) bebe “Lucie” platform sandal, bebe “Jade” woven sandals, Jessica Simpson “Waleo” Miami green, Forever 21 Suedette lace up wedges
So what do you think of my selections? To see what I plan to add to my collectionContinue Reading.
Aldo held a launch party for their spring and summer collaboration with New York designer Julian Louie. The collaboration was a beautiful romance that produced some of the baddest wedges I’ve seen this year. Their open-toe ankle boots with beautifully crafted tribal print and suede patchwork. The wedges are affordable and stylish. The wedges first appeared on models in Louie’s runway show last year. The buzz from the show was overwhelming and now the wedges are in select Aldo stores. Check out the entire collection and video of the launch party below.
When I saw these Giuseppe Zanotti’s wedges my heart skipped a beat. Seriously, these wedges are the perfect color and the perfect wedge style. Turquoise shoes are also a hot accent color for any look this spring. Try it with a pair of jeans or a dress, these peep-toe wedges will set your look off! The retail price $650.00