Archive for the ‘Casadei Shoes’ Category
Let the sales begin! That’s right, now that we’ve somewhat recovered from the winter sales, the spring sales are descending upon us. Amazon is having a super duper shoe sales on designer shoes – with some shoes sellling at an whopping 80% off.
Now, before I show you the incredible prices and selection, let me say that I performed some random comparison shopping for you. Compared to Zappos and also Endless (owned by Amazon) the prices are by far better on Amazon. Most likely, this might be because both Zappos and Endless allow free returns, whereas Amazon does not.
Without further ado, here are some of the shoes and brands on sale.
Giuseppe Zanotti Women’s I80021 Pump with Disco Heel; Originally $695; Now $138.
Anyways, you get my drift. There are about 28 designer shoe brands that you can choose from. If you have a particular designer that you prefer, try this shoe link to view the sale by brand.
Cursed the long gowns! Not that they aren’t utterly fabulous and TDF, but it makes spotting shoes that much more difficult. Anyways, here are the shoes on the red carpet we’ve compiled thus far and we’ll be sure to keep you posted if we find others.
First up is Mamma Mia’s Amanda Seyfreid in a ill fitting Valentino Couture dress. The dress looked infinitely better on the runway without the straps and is a size too large on Amanda’s petite frame. Even her gray Jimmy Choo ‘Night’ sandals weren’t a top pick for me.
Alicia Keys, on the other hand, was stunning in this Armani Prive lavendar gown. Her shoe of choice? It’s the Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandal, which is available in gold at Saks for $695.
One pair of shoes we didn’t get to see were these custom Casadei 1616 shoes. They were worn by the lovely Anne Hathaway and matched her Armani Prive dress perfectly. While she didn’t win Best Actress, she was one of the best dressed on the red carpet for me.
Sources: Celebutopia, Just Jared
Now that the Harry Potter mania is about to reach the same levels as the iPhone one, with certain people queuing at Barnes and Noble early in the morning to read its thrilling conclusion (and you know who you are), perhaps it’s time to think of ways to greet the wizardry fest shod in some proper witch shoes.
If you’re on a budget, of course, you can go with these:
…cheap witch shoes which you can get for $30 here and there on the internets.
But if you can conjure some riches with the tip of your magic wand, here’s a much more fabulous option:
Casadei 4768 Red Velvet Boots, $451 on Zappos (and that’s almost half off). Now, that’s kicking it in style!
Or if the knee-high length is sort of overkill for ya, there are these (by comparison) understated booties:
Etro 6028 purple sueded booties with croc trim, $335 at Zappos (over 40% off). Wouldn’t Hermione be proud of wearing these?
Of course, you can always sex it up French style:
Roger Vivier deep purple patent buckle pumps, $315 at Bluefly (40% off). Definitely something Fleur Delacour would don to seduce Harry!
Finally, if you can’t decide you want to be a witch or a wizard, here’s something appealing to your androgynous side:
Bottega Veneta wingtip oxfords in brown, purple and green leather, $464 at Bluefly (20% off).
See you all at Hogwarts, my friends!
So simple yet so perfect, fit for a queen on vacation on a tropical breezy beach. Light grosgrain straps and diamante starfish detailing–oh la la! On sale now at Yoox for $355.
Not that I could ever wear a shoe this high (4 inch heel) or this pointy in the toe, but this Casadei suede Mary Jane sure is pretty!
And even better? It’s on sale for $150 down from $440. There’s still a range of sizes left, too, so you might be able to score big here.
And further on the Casadei springtime fun front, look at this playful grapevine-enhanced platform sandal. Again, on the high side for me (4.25 inches), but so cute, I can’t resist it. Also on sale ($172 instead of $430) and still in a bunch of sizes.
Want the perfect sandal to sit outdoors and sip sangria in? How about this one from ItaloBalestri. It’s capitalizing bigtime on this spring’s trend for natural materials, and impressively making a ginormous flower applique look classy and fun instead of garish, which it would be if the rest of the shoe weren’t so beautifully simple.