In a Chic daffodil shade, with white and black stripes all across the pump doesn’t seem too bold, but when added that the pump is in a Snakeskin fabric, it becomes the Boldest most Chicest pump yet. Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci … Continue reading →
Your soul ballet flat! Coming in colors of: Red Wine, Emerald, Tan, Beige, Red, Blue, Pink and Black. The flat perfectly fits the trends of Fall 2013, having leather be a Major trend, and colors ranging from Red to Black to even Pastels taking storm. I just love the unique, scalloped touch to this flat it really adds such a fun, bold flare from the traditional flat. The flat is extremely versatile, and I can wear it going out, or just simply walking down the street. Unbelievably Chic.
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Chloe Scalloped Leather Ballet Flat
Comes in colors of: Red Wine, Pink, Red, Black, Blue, Green, Tan, and Beige
If you love anything Chloé, (like me), make sure to check back next Sunday, September 29 for my review on Chloé’s Spring 2014 collection
Such a Bold way to show off the animal print! With shiny leather on the cap-toe, and on the back surrounding the Chic cheetah-print. You pair the most Glamorous Pump of the season with anything from a suit to a … Continue reading →
Leather and Suede aren’t the only fabrics used for booties! As Oscar de la Renta, Nicholas Kirkwood, and Jimmy Choo each took their own, Chic spin with Black lace booties. So if your Feminine clothing person, these booties are just for you! Just like with the leather and Suede booties, pair them with everything in your closet and you’ll definitely be guaranteed that, Girly, Sweet Feminine touch.
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Nicholas Kirkwood Lace Slingback Peep-Toe Bootie $950
Jimmy Choo Fonda Lace-Suede Cage Sandal, in Black or Nude $1250
Oscar de la Renta Lace-Mesh Ankle Boot $845
All at bergdorfgoodman.com
In the Chic, bold shade of oxblood, you’ll definitely have everybody’s eyes on you, when you walk by wearing Gucci’s oxblood Python boot. The heel, standing 4 1/3 inches tall, will be your perfect Fall staple, whether rain or snow. … Continue reading →