All That Glitters Is Gold: BHLDN Bright Flight Heels review

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I’ve been holding onto these glittering heels since before Christmas, waiting for the perfect time to wear them…what better time than for Valentine’s Day?  The BHLDN Bright Flight heels, designed by Luiza Barcelos, radiate Old Hollywood glam with their sculpted chunky heel, glittering gold upper and chic buckle closure.  The heels stand four inches tall and are wrapped in black suede.  As if looks aren’t enough, these heels are easy to wear all night long, thanks to a cushioned insole, hidden platform and adjustable straps for comfort.

The combination of red and fuchsia is my current style obsession, and it looks spectacularly sophisticated when iced with black and gold accessories.  Are you daring enough to try this color combination?

Love Fades, Style is Eternal

About BHLDN

The BHLDN brand launched on Valentine’s Day 2011 with the mission of providing beautifully crafted attire and decor for weddings and special events. Similar to its sister store Anthropologie, BHLDN offers a hand-picked selection of vintage-inspired and unique pieces to help women express themselves and create one-of-a-kind moments during their most important events and milestones.

In terms of the shoe collection, BHLDN offers a wide range of heel heights, spanning from comfy flats to carefully disguised platforms. If you’re worried about fit, BHLDN offers sizing conversions in their fit guide and a team of stylists available by phone who can tell you if your favorite style fits true to size.

The Bright Flight heels are currently sold out at BHLDN but make sure you shop the entire bridal and special occasion shoe collection!

I received the BHLDN Bright Flight heels from BHLDN’s representing agency to style and review.  No payment was made in exchange for this post.  The shoes were gifted as part of this review.  All opinions expressed are solely mine and not influenced by any party.
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