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posted by: Shomore in Moschino Shoes
The Beatles put it aptly.
All you need is love, all you need is love.
All you need is love, love, love is all you need….
I know they weren’t talking about Moschino’s sister line, Love Moschino, formerly called Moschino Jeans, but wouldn’t the song make a great commercial for these Love Moschino thong sandals? I have seriously fallen for this sole.
Images via LoveMoschino.com
Simple. Zappos.com has a number of styles on last-chance clearance in limited sizes and lowered prices. That’s pretty much reason enough to chase away any ‘Case of the Mondays’ a shoe-lover might have.
The New Years holiday may be over, but every gal should have at least one metallic evening shoe in her collection. It’s always a great match for the requisite LBD. Strappy details make this all the better.
Sure, it doesn’t have an actual Red Sole; but that fire-engine heel will still turn heads when you wear this be-ribboned shoe that avoids cute and moves right on over to sexy.
Have I shown these to you before? They make my heart skip a beat … I really can’t stop looking at this lovely shoe. The color, the cut …. I love this simple and sexy D’orsay.
Finally, there are the floral beaded shoes that are firmly in the ‘Sweet’ category:
I like the florals; when I am surrounded by snow, shoes that remind me of spring are always a welcome site.
This is on top of the to the 30-70% that these items are already discounted. How’s that for a deal?
Here are just some of the available styles:
- Scorah Patullo “Alanis“ sandal. Originally $730; through Thursday these are an additional 20% off a sale price of $219 making these $175.20:
- Claudia Ciuti “Carolina” wishbone platform sandal in metallic or croco-embossed leather. Originally $375; 20% off the $262.50 sale price brings these to $210:
- Moschino Cheap and Chic’s “Linen T-strap“ sandal has a cute retro style. Originally $524; 20% off the $157.20 sale price brings these to $125.76:
Drat, this is why I’ve put myself on a stricter budget. Too many tempting sales.
But, I sincerely hope someone else takes advantage of these fantastic prices. And, if you do grab a great deal, we’d love to have you share your newest additions over at our forums.
Ready. Set. Shop.
I was sighing over the perfect Zanotti rose sandal a few weeks back; in the meantime, I’ve discovered that it also comes in blue, wanna see?
Yep, still pretty, still out of my price range at $550.
But! Never fear! Rose seems to be a popular sandal flower this season. Poetic Licence has issued this pretty version that’s selling like hotcakes (plus, it’s double the rose!):
Anthropologie also has this pretty-pretty raffia rose sandal, for $188:
Then there’s this adorable French Sole “Serenity” sandal, $202 at Zappos (also comes in a black/cream raffia combo):
My, my, roses are really in season this spring, aren’t they? Go grab a fresh one while they’re still in bloom!
I have to confess, it was love at first sight with these:
Who doesn’t love the red/animal print combination (especially in ponyskin)? It has been used to great effect by many a designer, and once can see why. I personally own two Pliner creations, a loafer and a toe-loop sandal, sporting a cheetah-print upper with a red sole combination, and we all know the Louboutin heels with an animal print upper combined with the signature red sole. These Moschino Cheap and Chic leopard-print shoe are equally delicious, sporting a red patent trim and heel. They are available for $395 at Net-a-Porter. So what if the toe reminds me a bit too much of the famous Marc Jacobs ‘mouse’ shoe:
…they are still super-cute!