SUMMER

This week’s roundup of #ShowMyShoes is a clear indication we need more Rockstuds and spikes in our lives. While we spend most of our time attempting to save our money to splurge on a new pair, we’ll continue to live vicariously through all of you. See which one shoe-stagrams made our favorites of the week and continue to follow our Instagram page on the latest shoe news. If you want a chance to have your shoes featured here, make sure you tag your shoe Instagrams with #ShowMyShoes! Read More…

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I’ve written about the Marc Jacobs Polly Mini Glossed-Elaphe and Leather Shoulder Bag on PurseBlog a while back, but this is the first time I’m seeing its match with the Marc Jacobs Mixed Print Pump. I wasn’t all that excited to see this coordinating pump (I was more horrified, really), and if you read my review on PurseBlog, my feelings on the bag were very clear. Read More...

Isabel Marant Bekket Sneakers

In the not-so-distant past, Isabel Marant Bekket Sneaker Wedges (and their sister shoes of varying visages) were ungettable objects of desire for everyone from industry insiders to everyday fashion fans. They were like nothing else on the market at that moment, and Marant always imbues everything she does with her signature Parisian-cool style that makes it irresistible to a certain subset of stylish women. Read More...

Michelle Dockery Christian Louboutin PVC d'Orsay Pumps

Here’s Michelle Dockery (or Lady Mary, as she’s known to most) at the premiere of her latest flick, the action thriller Non-Stop. She’s paired a beautiful Christian Dior lurex dress from the Spring 2014 collection with what we’re going to call the Christian Louboutin PVC d’Orsay Pumps and a delightful Edie Parker Jean Confetti Box Clutch. These multi-tone PVC pumps are not available in stores just yet, but in the meantime, you can shop an extensive selection of Louboutins for every occasion at Saks. Read More...

TalkShoes Want It Wednesday February 26

Another week, another round of Want It Wednesday, in which all the members of our team select the two shoes they’d really like to blow their rent money on this week. Right now, nearly everyone’s feeling sandals, but I wouldn’t mind one last pair of boots before winter goes. As long as they’re Givenchy, natch. Read More…

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Yes, maybe I’m a sucker for vibrant colors and florals in spring, but as soon as I saw the MSGM Floral Print Canvas Pump, I was quickly became obsessed. (Hence the title.) The brand’s designer, Massimo Giorgetti, has a distinct aesthetic of effortlessly combining traditional and sophisticated styling with edgy detailing, and these pumps illustrate just that.

What I love about this MSGM pump is how the brand organically meshes a vintage floral design with fresh and vibrant colors and a touch of neon, giving it a traditional but contemporary feel. Read More...

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I’m having a complete love affair with these Chiara Ferragni flats. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because Ferrangi’s the blogger behind The Blonde Salad. These flats are definitely kitschy and irreverent, but a lot of shoe lovers will be susceptible to their charms.

The literal element on these Chiara Ferrgani flats is on the vamp of each loafer. Because girly objects like lipstick, nail polish and (my favorite) a flirty winking eye, are set on top of a simple shape instead of incorporated to the structure of the shoe, this is what gives these flats a a hint of sophistication that other kitchy shoes (I’m sure we all remember the Charlotte Olympia soda bottle heel) sometimes lack. Read More...

Anna Dello Russo Prada Front Zip Lug Sole Booties

It’s always exciting to have an opportunity to feature Vogue Nippon creative director and Editor-At-Large Anna Dello Russo on PurseBlog or TalkShoes. Her street style is somewhat legendary, and the highly eclectic ensemble that she recently donned at the Marni Fall 2014 show in her hometown of Milan is right on par with what Anna usually throws down at runway shows. Read More...

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