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There's Just Something About SHOES!

If you were as big a fan of Sex & The City as I was/am, then you'll remember this quote quite fondly:

(Carrie)
"I've spent $40,000 on shoes and I have no place to live? I will literally be the old woman who lived in her shoes!"

Well, while Carrie was obsessively addicted to shopping, especially for footwear ... there aren't many of us (women) who don't LOVE a good shoe ... or two ... or twenty ... or two-hundred.

Here's a sampling of some of the prettiest on the market for brides. Some new & trendy ... some enduring classics!

First Pictured: Grace Amare (Bellissima Bridal Shoes)
3" slingbacks with a romantic touch. Delicate silk satin, available in 3 neutral shades. Decorated with silver stitching and silver sequin flowers.

Second Pictured: Badgley Mischka Dahlia (Zappos Couture)
3 3/4" timeless t-straps with satin uppers and lace detailing along the foot bed. Made in Italy, of course.

Third Pictured: Carlo Fellini Casablanca (Perfect Details)
3 1/2" beaded and embroidered bridal shoes. The "V" vamp is accented with clear beads and AB sequins. Feminine embroidered flowers and beads cover the toe area and back of the heel. Matching handbag available. Also comes in Ivory.

Fourth Pictured: Versani Catania (Perfect Details)
The hottest color in bridal and evening wear for 2007 has been champagne. This fabulous 3" D'Orsey pump is fabulous for cocktail length dresses as well as full length gowns. Available in champagne silk satin with silk flower ornament trimmed with organza ribbons crystals and beads or in Ivory.


Fifth Pictured:
Manolo Blahnik Carolyne (Neiman Marcus)
The timeless "Carolyne" in clean, classic white satin is an all-time favorite. The back strap has elastic for a more comfortable fit. "Carolyne" is made in Italy and has a 2 3/4" heel.

Comments

ella pelayo said…
I'm a shoe lover,a shoe freak to be exact..every time I go shopping shoes is no.1 on my list..

Now I'm making a journey to find a perfect shoes for my wedding,and I also write a blog about it..

www.weddingshoeslover.blogspot.com
Foxy said…
Those are GORGEOUS shoes

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