It’s always disappointing when the time comes to store your chic summer sandals away for another year. Fill that void by indulging in a slew of stylish winter boots! Just don’t let yourself get carried away with buying ones that are all for the same purpose or occasion.
Emily VanCamp attended the Dramatically Different Party By Clinque New York City recently wearing a Preen By Thornton Bregazzi poppy print jersey dress and B Brian Atwood Leida pumps. Emily looked prim and proper with her hair slicked into a ballerina bun with sweet pink lips and simple eyes…
Taylor Swift proved she is not afraid of heights recently when she sported Christian Louboutin Karina booties, which stand at 4.5” high, to the 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto. These intricate booties have a strappy suede cage with parent leather pickstitching down the center and bring the heat when it comes to sex appeal. … Continue reading “Taylor Swift Towers in Toronto: Get it Girl”
Sometimes feeling caged isn’t such a bad thing. The shoe trend continues to ride high and will all the way through fall, so find a pair you love and step right in. Besides, some of these are on sale. Hello! It’s a sign from the universe (or Bergdorf Goodman – depends on which altar you … Continue reading “Top 5 Caged Sandals: Strappy Situation”
Manolo Blahnik’s Bellantomod is a bootie for all seasons. The open design keeps you cool on even the steamiest summer nights, but fits into your fall wardrobe of smart pencil skirts and trousers just as well. You’ll be putting a lot of miles on these. While they’re not exactly made for walking, the feel of … Continue reading “Manolo Blahnik Bellantomod Boots: Every Season, Every Reason”
Jessica Alba was out an about recently promoting her book, “The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You,” in Bethesda, Maryland, wearing some black booties by Bionda Castana. These tall woven black silk booties have an open toe and a chunky heel for an overall retro look. These pumps are tall, chic and are … Continue reading “Jessica Alba Wears Bionda Castana in Bethesda”