Jennifer Lawrence is on a
stylist style roll & doesn’t cease to amaze thus far on her Hunger Games: Catching Fire red-carpet appearances. Keeping it classy as per usual, the uber-celebrity pairs her perfect pixie cut with black & white & subtly studded Jimmy Choo Pumps & a mid-riff baring cobalt blue McQueen t-shirt & skirt ensemble. Fabulous & flattering. Too bad it’s too cold in Toronto right now to be able to don any similar street style without a hefty Canada Goose-like parka!
Pre-order your own polka-dotted “Daiquiri” pumps from the Cruise collection at Jimmy Choo’s online store.
What do you think of Jennifer’s look?
Photo Credit: justjaredjr.com, jimmychoo.com
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Pinterest, yet again, served up a hefty platter of shoe pin deliciousness last week: pink “Pigalle” Louboutin styled with spectacular pastel accessories, glittering gold pumps from Giuseppe Zanotti & Tom Ford. And who can forget the street style perfection of chambray & florals with Charlotte Olympia‘s “Dolly” pumps?!
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When I saw this sandwich flip-flop in my Facebook feed, I had a definite WTF double-take moment. No clue if it’s actually meant as footwear or not (certainly wouldn’t be practical!). But I’m betting some drug-crazed designer out there thinks that this swiss-cheese & ham stuffed thingy is supposed to be worn. Gotta say that it’s even more original than the mop thongs & the dust-pan slippers previously posted. And by “original” I mean weird.
No idea where to purchase this, btw. Yeah, I know. DEVASTATING.
That is all.
Photo Credit: makezine.com
Sophia Webster, you have some severe competition from Sergio Rossi on the feminine whimsy front! I love it when colours you’d never expect to mesh well together just find a way to exist in shoe-harmony. Oh, this trifecta of colour-blocking is so juicy & delicious I can barely contain myself! The design from the Fall/Winter collection consists of black printed teal leather in the centre, glossy heels & patent bubblegum point…I’m speechless! Did you notice the zig-zag & braided piping?! Brilliant! The extra doses of caffein today isn’t helping to subdue my excitement!!!! WOOHOOO!!!!!!!!!
How gorgeous would this stiletto be with a demure work-ensemble or paired with boyfriend jeans & simple shirt? Ah, the possibilities!! Heck, throw on a potato sack & these shoes would still look amazing!
Available here from Farfetch, people! Definitely on my Christmas list. My pre-Christmas list
Photo Credit: farfetch.com
Jerome C. Rousseau “Flicker” velvet floral pumps & gold glitter cap-toe heels
Fashion florals can easily look cheesy & curtain-like, unless done right. And this Fall/Winter season, enviable dark & mysterious graphic florals do not disappoint in the least! Bravo for bringing the overdone-for-Spring motif to the colder seasons to lighten up the mood! Many designers, including my high-end shoe designer darling (& Canada-land shoe artiste) Jerome C. Rousseau & many more take the trend full-on with deep colours & dream-like, quasi-painterly flowers often bursting with pangs of bright, warm red & orange tones.
Don’t know how to complete your gray or blah-black total looks? Then look no further! Take a step in the right direction with some of my favourite finds, below. I will wear my floral footwear with some denim skinnies & plain white tee to let the shoes speak for themselves! How would you style them?
Top to Bottom: Acne loafers, Miista booties, Aerin slippers, Roberto Cavalli pumps, Jerome C Rousseau ankle boots, Nasty Gal sneakers
Will you buy into this trend?
Photo Credit: yournextshoes.com