Just like Manolo Blahnik, Stuart Weitzman and Prada have done in the past, Jimmy Choo will now offer a Made-to-Order option on its e-commerce site. As more brands begin to roll out bespoke options, brands continue to up the ante; the options at Jimmy Choo are some of the most elaborate we’ve seen so far.
When you begin the customization process at Jimmy Choo, first you must choose from four signature styles: the Anouk, Xenia, Lance and Tite. From here, you can choose various heel options, which range from 2 to 4.8 inches. Next, you choose a material, which is one of the most impressive parts of Choo’s process. While other made-to-order options from other brands offer basics like leather, suede and satin, Jimmy Choo’s customization offers up to seven options that include various leathers, exotics and metallic glitter. To finish your shoe, you can monogram the sole with up to four letters.
To demonstrate, I’ve gone ahead and created a few customized heels to peruse before you make your own at Jimmy Choo. Unfortunately, shipping is not yet available for Made-to-order shoes in the US and Canada; you’ll have to create your own shoe and bring it to a Jimmy Choo boutique, where they can place the order for you.