Brian Atwood Dancing Shoes

I have been lusting over the “Liese” bootie by Brian Atwood for a couple of months now. Finally they are on sale which means they are mine. Weepee. I now have the perfect dancing shoes for the holidays.

Get them also on sale at Saks!

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The Wynonna Bootie

Love these booties from Anthropologie. Soon they will be mine! Muahahaha.

“Scary Beautiful” shoes by Van der Vyver

Just when you thought Alexander Mcqueen took the cake on outrageous shoes, here comes South African designer Van der Vyver topping him and anyone else. She did get a design prize nomination for it.

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Alexa Chung for SUPERGA

I would wear Superga tennis shoes religiously as a kid. I had them in every color under the sun. Alexa Chung is the new face and creative director for the Italian shoemakers. I will revisit my childhood and buy a pair of mauve colored ones just because I am so excited they have made a come back. Plus, Alexa makes them look so chic.

$65 at Zappos!

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Salvatore Ferragamo ‘My Summer’ Sandal

Summer is right around the corner and I am getting geared up. Nothing more exciting than glistening tans, tank tops, and fresh manicured feet in sandals! Sometimes I’m good, but most of the time I am bad.

Case of the bad: Ferragamo sandals in Nude from Nordstrom. They also come in red and black.

Here comes the justification scenario: Timeless, Well-made, Neutral, I live in LA! I need shoes?

Happy Feet = Happy Life. Ya ya it doesn’t rhyme get over it.

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Tory Burch Kyle Criss Cross Heel

When Tory Burch first made it big circa 2007, I was one of the first one’s running to Nordstrom’s to get me a pair of her signature flats. I was sadly disappointed by how uncomfortable they turned out to be. I swore I would never buy anything Tory Burch again but I lied. I then purchased a Bowler handbag that was oh so cute. Well…it fell apart not even 5 months into me owning it (INSERT 1st time shame on you, 2nd time shame on me annotation.) I mean anyone would have learned their lesson right? Not. I went ahead and recently made yet another TB purchase but this time, I am very much pleased. I am a proud owner of the Kyle heel that I scored on sale down from $475 to $240. Thanks to shopbop as always. Crafted with black velvet, silk, and a dainty bow–every chic woman needs these in their closet. I knew the old saying “third time is a charm” would have some form of righteousness in my life.

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