Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Global Time Mint Watch, Kate Spade Gemstone Necklace, D&G Florette Sunglasses, Kate Spade Jewel Flats, Valentino Rockstud Pumps, Aldo Gemstone Rings, Christian Louboutin Pigalle Pump,  Nasty Gal Grapefruit BagNasty Gal Mint To Be Lipstick, Charlotte Olympia Sweet Dolly Pumps, Swatch Caramellissima Watch

Is it only me, or are the many pink, blue & colourful shoes/accessories coming out for Spring looking very much like candy? Of course, designers such as Charlotte Olympia & swatch have taken the pastry trend literally, with adorned anklets & bracelets, but aside from the obvious quasi-edible statements, don’t the floral motifs make you think of wedding cake decorations? The colourful gemstones seem like gumdrops?

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Well, well, what do we have here, folks?! Almost identical triangle/bow-tie prints on a pointy-toe high-heel pump. The top design named “Prissy” by Isabel Marant & the other, pictured below: “Falsetto” by J.Crew. At least we’re not looking at the same last & heel this time around, like in the last CopyCat or Coincidence post!

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These Fendi “Iridia” PVC blue & purple sandals are the most original shoes of any kind I have seen in a long while. But then again, Fendi shoe designers never cease to amaze me!

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It should come as no surprise that someone writing a shoe-based fashion blog has a bit of a shoe problem. If you follow ShoeTease at all on Instagram, Pinterest or Twitter, you’ll already know that I also have a slight chocolate/cake/sugar/sweets issue. So to be confronted with a blend of my 2 biggest vices is a little overwhelming, so please bear with me!

The craftsmanship on these outrageously amazing cake & pastry inspired flats, heels & accessories from Shoe Bakery is incredible. Seriously good enough to eat! But alas, the only flaw that these incredible creations have,  is their inedible nature, which, you know, is a good thing if you’re going to wear them. Kinda keeps them sturdy & such. A wicked bridal shoe idea too, where you can match your shoes to your wedding cake or commemorate a special occasion (they have holiday-themed sweet treat shoes as well!). This is a fairly neat, niche idea that for their sake & my love of sweets & shoes, I hope does exceedingly well. If they weren’t made to order, I can see the sprinkle donut-inspired flats flying right off the shelves! I’d definitely love to own them, myself. The high heels? Not as commercial, but for max $200 a pair, they’re a heck of a lot more quirky than anything Charlotte Olympia or Sophia Webster would dare create & much, much less expensive! Seriously worth at least a visit. But if you’ve got a sweet tooth, enter at your own risk!

Would you buy a pair of these shoes?!

xo ShoeTease Photo Credit: shoebakery.com

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I’m a keen print & pattern mix ‘n matcher. So much so, that I think it’s become a bit of a problem. It’s like I’m in competition with myself to see how much of a mishmash of prints & stripes I can get away with. Nope, a minimalist I am not (although every now & then, a subtle attempt is made!).

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