Archive for the ‘Taryn Rose Shoes’ Category
Remember when Joseph’s had an excellent sale on spring/summer stuff earlier this year?
Well, it’s time for the fall/winter counterpart.
Want to pep up your winter footwear? Snag this red patent Lanvin boot for $556 (down from $925… that’s 40% off!)
OK, true, that’s 40% off, but if $500+ is still too out of reach for your credit-crunched wallet (as it is mine), you could go for these ADORABLE Oxford-inspired Taryn Rose flats ($326, down from $465).
Or there are these Deco-y Prada flats, which would look killer with a little black dress for a holiday party, and are now $319 instead of $530.
The mark downs are continuing, so if none of these float your boat at the moment, keep checking back, and who knows what delightful shoes may come along.
Well, it’s official, Michelle Obama is going to be the next First Lady of the United States of America. And, regardless of what you may think about her husband’s politics, you’ve got to admit the lady’s got style. Just look at the Spring 09 Narciso Rodriguez dress she wore on the night of the election. Sure, it’s gotten mixed reviews from the fashion critics (I come down firmly on the side of “She’s Working It!”), but it’s not a boring choice, that’s for sure.
Me, I’m over the moon that the soon-to-be First Lady of the USA has an interesting fashion sense, as you can see from a few examples here.
Boogying with Ellen DeGeneres.
In a dress from Thakoon’s Resort ’09 line.
In J. Crew separates and a Moschino shirt dress… both with super cute shoes.
And that brings me to what we love most over here, of course… shoes.
Because, yes folks, you’re eyes do not deceive you. That is Michelle Obama wearing flats. She’s a flats kinda woman. She’s more often shoes under 3″ than in anything higher. And I couldn’t be happier about it!
A curious reader wrote us asking about Ms. Obama’s footwear choices, and… well… to be honest, I have yet to figure out what those black flats she wore on election night were. But the woman has some seriously cute pairs of low-heels and flats.
Might I suggest she stick with this plan of comfy and attractive shoes. Much like Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has done (with great elegance and panache). We need more high-profile women who know they can be confident and stylish without the super-high heels.
Since those look like they’re only at the UK version of Netaporter, here’s a Taryn Rose alternative: the Bion.
Or maybe these Chloe purple pointy-toe numbers that are cool and classy, but with a nice hit of style at the same time.
There’s a classic Tod’s skimmer (the Biscuit, in this case) … can’t go wrong there.
Or, for something a wee bit more daring (and yet, totally still something I could see her wearing), there’s this totally adorable Joey McMakin pump.
Tahari’s got these Tessa flats.
I could go on and on and on. But instead, I will leave with one more suggestion. Because, for something sporty and supportive, she could go for these Keds skimmers, just one of many Obama shoe designs available here, for those so inclined.
posted by: Shomore in Taryn Rose Shoes
Is there anything better than shoes that are both comfortable and stylish? Apparently, there is. It’s comfy, stylist Taryn Rose shoes at sample sale prices!
Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend Taryn Rose’s sample sale in LA this weekend. But, for any ladies who do go, please let us know how the sale was so I can live vicariously thorough you.
Worn for an all-day interview (three interviews with teams of 4-6 people, two tests, one “business” lunch)–elegant, feather-light, superbly comfortable. Got them at a Nordstrom sale a couple of years back — they were 70% off (still ended up being over $100) , but hey! A girl can’t do without a dress pump in her wardrobe, even one as averse to heels as I am. There is something about this nearly-3 inch heel that is so well-proportioned, perfectly angled, and light, that you practically don’t notice that you’re wearing heels at all. All the materials are light and supple, and the arch support is perfect. I had both the heels and the tips tapped for endurance, and I’m counting on them for many more years to come.
*woop woop woop*
The red lights are flashing and the sirens are blaring.
That includes such “Previously Seen on Shoeblog” treats as the Taryn Rose Kaelyn (now only $226):
These Georgina Goodman low-heeled pumps (now just $203)
And the super comfy Diane von Furstenberg Milano’s I wore for the DvF photoshoot (now only $146).
Act fast, since sizes are limited. Go forth and sale shop, Shoeblog readers.