Do you have a hard time finding shoes in smaller sizes? While many studies show that our feet are getting bigger, several of you have come to me for help finding stylish shoes in small sizes. Stores often only carry sizes 6-9, leaving those of you with smaller feet out in the cold. I feel for you. Everyone should be able to find stylish footwear that makes them feel amazing. Happily, all is not lost as I recently learned when Pretty Small Shoes approached me. They offered to send me a pair of their hand-made shoes (in my size) to review and share with you. Who (read more)
Today I discovered a great new online shopping spot to find seriously hot name brand shoes. Check out VivaLaDiva.com Designer Shoes – the site had me at its tag line, A Woman’s Right To Shoes. Viva La Diva carries some of my favorite labels, including L.A.M.B. and Stuart Weitzman. Right now, Viva La Diva is having a huge 50% off sale on more than 180 styles, so don’t miss out! I have my heart set on these Schuh Prince Bow Bar Court Pumps (£67.00 ) because Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and my feet deserve a treat!
When it comes to buying designer shoes, I absolutely refuse to pay full-price. Part of it is the principle of the thing, and the other is that I simply cannot afford the price tags. I don’t see any justification for buying anything full-price when fashions are changing so fast. Why buy those new Manolo Blahnik shoes hot off the shelf when you know that in a few months the price will be cut in half? Does anyone really care if you’re wearing shoes from last summer? If they still look amazing and you know how to work them, I think (read more)
I just found a new store where I can indulge my shoe lust both online and in a beautiful store in Florida! T. Georgiano’s was reborn when Tatyana Sharoubim and partner Joe Seidensticker took over her father Makram’s upscale Raleigh, N.C. based Georgiano’s Shoe Salon when he died in 2005. A few months later they launched a cyber-store (www.tgeorgianos.com) based on Makram’s passion for great shoe design and customer service. Their brick-and-mortar location is a nouveau- Venetian store in the heart of downtown Sarasota, Florida. The elegant T.Georgiano’s Shoe Salon has instantly become a go-to haven of the best of (read more)
Are you as anxious as I am to bid adieu to the cold winter months and say hello to colorful sandals and heels? Well, I refused to say goodbye to my strappy heels and peep toe pumps this winter – I’ve just been wearing them around the house and dreaming of warm beaches and hot summer nights…*sigh* Well now you can start planning for springtime at SimplySoles.com, because the site is offering a sneak peak of its super-cute spring collections. I adore how the ladies at SimplySoles pair their shoes with hats and handbags. Start your spring shoe shopping with (read more)
Well folks, the official Christian Louboutin Web site has been relaunched! Now, before I go any further, let me express that I love Christian Louboutin heels. A few of Christian Louboutin’s styles are on my “When I’m Rich” wish list. But, I’ve got to say that I’m not a fan of the new site. ShoeBlog raves that the new site “was well worth the wait”, but I strongly disagree. I expected more from Louboutin. While I can appreciate his desire to stir things up and present his collection in an interesting way, I can’t look beyond the lack of useful (read more)
ShoeHunting is a new social shopping bookmarking platform for shoes aficionados. You install a bookmarklet in your internet browser (like ThisNext, StyleHive or Stylefeeder offer) and save shoes you find directly on ShoeHunting. Discover new styles and models saved by members. Rate shoes and tell other members what you think about their finds. Shop using their shopping search engine from over 20 online merchants. Save with coupon codes and deals from ShoeHunting online partners. Show off your shoes on the Runway by uploading a photo or send it from your mobile phone or email. Finally, keep up with celebrity shoes (read more)
Last week I received an email asking if I would be interested in writing a piece on the company Barefoot Tess, and I was happy to oblige after learning that the store provides large-footed girls and women with stylish footwear options. What’s not to love and appreciate?! Barefoot Tess has found the perfect niche – too long have women with feet larger than a size 10 been forced to wear flip-flops or even men’s shoes. Barefoot Tess was founded in 2006 by the mother and daughter team of Karen Williamson and Tess Russell. From boots to couture heels to vegan (read more)