So I’m at it again! With $200 in tow, I’ve been given an important Fall 2015 shopping assignment. As you may remember from last season, Dixie Outlet Mall put me to a shopping challenge with that same amount, to spend on a fabulous outfit. This time around for Fall I will not only discover my “wild side”, but the funds are going towards a far more important endeavour! Can you guess?
So if you read last week’s post, you should now be completely schooled on what a shoefie is (& what it certainly is not!). So it’s time to move on & talk about shoefie perspective. Camera & shoe angles, that is! Today I’m going to tell you the 5 best ways you can take a shoefie. This is of course presuming that you are not a contortionist. If so, I’ll need to cater a specific shoefie shoe blog post just for you, because I don’t think 5 shoefie angles would quite cut it!
I was thrilled to review these cute nude bow heels with curvy wedges from new, affordable brand I Want Shoes, which is designed here in Canada. As I previously mentioned, I’m not usually one for cutesy shoes or heels. Yet this pair, with its neon-filled bows, were too darn adorable to pass up!Continue Reading »
WARNING! The following images may offend most humans & certain animals.
Most of us peek at runway photos from the world’s most fashionable cities in search of shoes trends & fashion inspiration for the upcoming seasons. But have you ever found yourself somewhat miffed to utterly appalled at the ugly shoes certain designers have in store for us? Well, folks, this season is no exception. And from the responses to my Fall 2015 Shoe Trends post, you certainly feel more baffled than anything! Riddled with what both you & I deem to be a slew of offensive footwear, I present you with the 10 ugliest shoes from the Fall 2015 runways. Just hit “Read More” at your own risk, kay?!
I’m here to talk about these black and white pumps that are anything but ordinary. How so, you ask? Let’s begin with the fact that many of us are so busy in our daily lives, that the thought of having to change our clothes or shoes before or after work is completely out of the question. Ain’t nobody got time for that 😉 And now that our days are being stretched out to include evening events & meetings, 9 to 5 dressing is no longer applicable. Zvelle is a newly established Toronto-based, Canadian brand with three sassy shoe designs with the #9to9 woman in mind. Because whose life ends at 5pm anyway?