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Wonderful Weitzmans

Last week, an amazingly chic Stuart Weitzman Spring 2010 Trend Catalogue landed gracefully in my inbox and I've been having shoe-filled dreams of soft spring looks ever since! Mr. Weitzman's spring catalog is filled to the brim with whispy sheer fabrics and nude shades and textures, it really is quite a vision. I know many of these picks might be slightly out of our ideal price range, but it's perfectly healthy for every fashionista (no matter what the shoe budget looks like) to browse designers' latest looks for pure inspiration, if nothing else. And I know these neutral lovelies will have your heart instantly inspired to throw on angelic outfits paired with day-dream shoes:
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All stitched-up and studded are these amazing 'Avignon' pumps. At the just-the-right-height of 4 1/4" with a 1" platform, you'll be walking on clouds and turning heads in the meantime! Not to mention, this brand's Ultrasuede® lining that provides the most optimal comfort! Classic nude patent leather is bound to pair up nicely with any outfit--day or evening. And we know the peep-toe pump is known for making any foot to look picture perfect.
Equally sweet are these more summery 'Hiway' sandals. Same heel and platform height as the 'Avignon' pumps, but the strappy & buckled look gives it a more kick-back, casual flair (which I dig!). I see cute, flat front shorts and the 'Hiway' sandals in my future...ahhhh.
If it's sassier sandals that call your name, Stu has the answer for you! It's the 'Saxony' sandals from his Spring 2010 collection that have a heartbeat of style from front to back. With the back zipper closure and the strap-filled front, you'll manage to match these with just about anything in your wardrobe, guaranteed. Black, Camel, and Saddle are the colors to choose from in the 'Saxony' and truly, with any shade, you cannot go wrong sista.
There's been a whole lotta clog talk lately, and I think we're all warming up to the trend quite nicely, if I do say so myself! This 'variation on a clog' (sounds like a piece that Mozart mighta' written, right?) is both vintage and funky--SW's 'Studclog':
Aaaaand, BONUS CLOG!...I swear, I'm not obsessed, just finding so many goodies I wanna share! The 'Apron' sandal (sorta a clog marries a sandal kinda idea) makes me think of biker-chick meets Janis Joplin.I heart you, Stu Weitz! Keep up the good work.
xoxo,
holly in heels

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  1. Oh, I've been in love with this Barbie Nude Patent Leather. There's a pair with a blunt toe that I saw and need to find immmmmmmediately. Good call, Holly.

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  2. I love the top ones! I'm super into nude patent heels right now.
    xxoo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  3. I've been looking for the perfect pair of nude leather heels, and so far all I've found are the Louboutin's, which are much too expensive. Any other recommendations?

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