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Patterned Perfection!

One thing that I'm admiring in several designers this season is their fresh use of pattern--geometric lines and shapes and textures--when creating a new shoe. Have ya noticed? I think that's what pulls my artsy eye toward Tory Burch and Marc Jacobs! Now, I say this acknowledging fully that I'm just not in the mood for funky-busy-color patterns every day of my funky-busy-color life...but today I'm in the mood for patterned perfection, and I just had to pass it on!

Lay your eyes on these babies, m'dears! This tied-up Marc by Marc Jacobs 'Gommone' platform may not say "all-day wear" to you, but it sure shows off one striking pattern to me! Spotted on a few Hollywood stars already this season, these Italian-made platforms are bursting at the seams with style (also check out this version of the M by MJ 'Gommone' platform...orrrr even the hot orange version).

I also just couldn't keep my eyes off of this mesmerizing, patterned Lucky Brand 'Koko' wedge. This tribal-inspired platform wedge is a versatile, neutral kick that will have heads turning your way! I adore the side/top buckle too--way'ta kick it up a notch, Lucky Brand!
If funkalicious patterns just aren't your thang, but you still dig bright color and a true standout shoe, I'll share with you that Marc Jacob's '605645' clog is another fave of mine this season (and ready for you to buy with FREE 2-day shipping on Endless right now! Woo!). A narrow lace-up down the middle & double studs on each side make this clog-like-lovely a shoe-in.

Here's my shout-out to my gorgeously long-legged readers: Marc's flower-adorned, low heel 'Posillipo' sandal! Yessss, finally a low heel on the HinH blog--you cannot believe it, I know! Well, at under $300 (a deal for Jacobs' shoes) this freshly flowered shoe can be yours to add to your spring/summer sandal collection. A dash of color + hints of metallic make this a great all-day & any-occasion find.

So whether these peppy patterns and stunning colors are merely eye-candy to you, orrr you're just now hitting the 'add to cart' button--you have to admit these kicks are pretty darned fun! Enjoy, shoe-sistas!

xoxo,
holly in heels
P.S. Check out my guest post on the stylish Shop It To Me blog! Leave some comment love, if you feel so inclined.

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  1. I love those Marc heels! I've had my eye on those too ever since I saw that pic on endless, especially the back pair.

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  2. The little MJ wedges are TOTALLY gorgeous -- he's one of my favorites!
    xxoo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  3. Those MJ Gammone platforms are so cute!

    xo

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  4. I'm going to jump on the bandwagon and say I love the MJ wedges too! So fun for spring.

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  5. Ahhhhhh, MJ is forever tempting me. That first pair is incredible!

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  6. Glad you ladies are lovin' the MJ shoes this season too! Thanks for the comment-love!
    xoxo,
    holly in heels

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