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A seventies motif was in full bloom on the Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 Runway. To match the colorful ensembles, richly hued flowers sprouted from well manicured feet and the heel, although quite high, actually looks thick enough to be supportive and walkable.
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Took a little stroll through the West Village with my best girlfriends. Bleecker Street is the posh, calm place for upscale shopping, whether it’s cheese or Intermix. At Marc Jacobs, we scooted our way past all the ridiculous/fun/silly/cheesy keychain, umbrella and condom offerings emblazoned with MJ’s name so we could take a look at the shoe offerings.
Surprised to say, I was really pleased by what I saw. Though I couldn’t take photos, this is one of the shoes I considered. The MBMJ Ruffle Platform Clog is $330.
So, yesterday I was all about Georgina Goodman and her colorful and playful shoe offerings.
Today, I just wanted to expand on that whole idea of spring colors. It’s not just Georgina Goodman who is producing colorful styles amid of sea of 2010 neutrals. Among these are Dsquared², Dolce & Gabbana, and Marc by Marc Jacobs.
Here are the top styles that caught my eye.
As always, adding vibrant color or color-blocked accessories makes any more conservative outfit ‘Pop’….. Keep the rest simple if the shoes are speaking.
Styles like these are not for wallflowers or those unable to bask in the occasional, perfect, moment of sheer fashion fabulousness.
Remember, everyone deserves to be fantastic every now & then. Shoes like these are simply tools to help you find your inner diva and let her out.
One of the best things about summer is that I can wear my favorite shoes: espadrilles! During and after college I lived in Spain and became an espadrille devotee! My favorite place to buy espadrilles is La Manual Alpargatera in Barcelona. But if you don’t have a trip to the Iberian Peninsula planned anytime soon, Saks has an amazing selection espadrilles. And nothing says summer like a sundress and a pair of espadrilles.
So I’ve rounded up some great pairs courtesy of Saks to help everyone embrace the warmer weather!
Christian Louboutin has designed some great classic espadrilles! This pair is also closed-toe for my ladies that don’t like to shoe off their little piggies.
If you want something a litte higher and sexier, Christian Louboutin has you covered with these espadrilles.
Regular Shoe Blog readers know that I am devoted to flats. Marc by Marc Jacobs is thinking of me this summer – with polka dots to boot!
Michael Kors has a bunch of great espadrilles this season, but I’m a sucker for black patent so these are my favorite pair by Mr. Kors. Perky indeed!
And finally, a very lady like pair of espadrilles with a great wedge heel. Nice job Prada!
Marc Jacobs will put 47 candles on his birthday cake today.
Born in New York City, he seems to have had an interest in fashion and design at an early age. He worked as a stockboy for Charivari at 15, attended High School of Art and Design, then Parson’s School of Design. Professionally he has won several awards.
When he was at Perry Ellis, he introduced a grunge line that was so completely different from what everyone else was doing, it eventually led to is dismissal. Hired by Louis Vuitton in 1997, he brought Ready-to-Wear to the design house. He also has his own Marc Jacobs and Marc by Marc Jacobs lines.
Here are some Marc Jacobs shoes for you today.
Marc by Marc Jacobs 605131 $230 at Endless
To celebrate I will wear my kilt today.