Archive for the ‘Paul Smith’ Category
But you can find it on sale for $223 at the Paul Smith Sale Shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
It pays to read your ShoeBlog. Call them ahead to see if they have your size.
This loafer really caught my eye while I was out shopping with friends. It’s feminine, comfortable, and just a little showy with the gold panels.
Made with white and pink nubuck, contrast vintage gold panels, and beige leather soles, this is a 100% leather shoe.
…are all the rage now. Check it:
I really need to get me one of these–summer’s just around the corner!
Not Shoeblog, that’s for sure–and hopefully, not you, dear readers and shoe-lovers. We know you crave a happy, well-adjusted, and well-fitted shoe, appropriate for all your spring needs; we know you don’t want to be either dowdy or so sweet they could send you into a diabetic comma. So here, let’s contemplate a few of the season’s offerings in terms of the floral trend. We’re looking for, say, a sweet-and-sour with a side of hot-and-spicy (as opposed to sweet-on-sweet with a side of bland). Let’s see!
These Maloles “Perry” slingback flats, in a tiny floral print, feature the classic ruched-toe we’ve come to expect from Maloles, and a chunky black ribbon to balance the sweetness with a dark side ($318 at Zappos, or $295 at Plaza Too+S&H).
The saccharine overtones of the antique floral pattern of this “retrofitted flat” is tempered by the cord piping and rope laces with leather tassels ($78 at Anthropologie):
And also at Anthropologie, and also in the non-bank-breaking bracket, are these cute ankle-strap flats, with a dark, stormy edge ($68):
These “Tarantella” wedges limit the floral pattern to discreet patches on the vamp and heel, and tops it all with a dark bow ($98 at Anthropologie):
Although I can’t recommend a 4-inch heel to anyone, I still love the pattern on these Pink heels ($78 at Anthropologie):
Paul Smith floral oxfords, oh my! $574 at Zappos.