The Jessa d’Orsay pump by Signature from Shoedazzle is under $50 (and much less if you’re a VIP member), and a great way to boost an evening look while adding in a bit of heel interest via the beige back and black heel. So with three colors to match, what exactly would you pair this with? I recently wore it to a holiday party, dressed in head-to-toe black and my moment in them was immortalized via the innovative 3D printing technology through a Shapeways statue of my husband and I as a fun souvenir from the event (click the thumbnail with the arrows to see me, and the heels, in rotation!).
May 28, 2013
Have you been ShoeDazzle‘d yet? If not, it’s a great time to check out the site, as older items are moving out with the last day of the Memorial Day sale (if you don’t have an account yet, it takes two minutes to sign up for a free one), while new silhouettes are constantly moving in every single month! The website brings runway styles down to earth with affordable price points; take for example, I recently got three pairs of shoes (two were courtesy of ShoeDazzle), which only came to $105 for all three. Yes.
Besides the brand’s private label, more brands have joined ShoeDazzle’s stable of affordable stylishness, along with a boutique of footwear and accessories curated by Rachel Zoe. Which also means…yes, you can shop handbags and jewelry too at ShoeDazzle!
For spring, login to view the latest offerings, which include pops of neon, metallic, faux snakeskin and more. For fall, I don’t want to ruin the surprise, but it’s EVEN better, running the gamut from flats to 4.5 inch stilettos that you will anxiously await to view and buy. Some highlights include basket weave covered platforms, lucite heels, and perfectly woven espadrille wedges, alongside sparkled, studded, and vibrantly printed flats and sneakers. Just as you suspected, it’s about time to check out ShoeDazzle for great spring, and eventually fall, footwear and accessories.