Whether you like it or not, flatforms aren’t going anywhere for a bit. That being said, you might as well test out this fun footwear look while you still can. Instead of spending a full paycheck on the Donna Karen pair, save some cash and grab the equally (if not more) adorable Matiko ones.
If you recall, I have already discussed my obsession with sneaker wedges in a previous post. Yet I still haven’t made the jump and bought myself a pair. I just couldn’t seem to justify dropping that much cash on a shoe that I would only wear once in a while. So, when I saw that Blink designed a pair that so closely resembled the Marc by Marc Jacobs ones, yet for a fraction of the price, I was all over it. Now, I just need to decide on a color…
Alice & Olivia models rocked the runway is some ridiculously fabuous sky-high snakeskin heels—and ever since—I have been on the search for an equally fabulous pair. When I stumbled across these fun, curved back python wedges, I really just couldn’t believe that these beauties were only $36! They are so fabulous, don’t you think?
Not only is a tan shoe great for giving the illusion of having “legs-for-days”, but a raffia wedge absolutely makes for the perfect summer shoe. The Ralph Lauren pair is a bit out of budget, yet the Soda wedges are much more wallet-friendly (and just as adorbs).
I really adored this shoe look from the Suno runway, yet was convinced I wasn’t going to be able to find a fab, caged heel for anything less pricey. I was wrong. Browsing the internet, as I often do, I found an unreal pair of sky high black & gold cage heels by Michael Antonio. I personally think they may even be more fun than the Suno ones…
Tall gladiators are always a great summer sandal, especially when paired with a pair of ripped denim shorts and a plain white tee. Michael Kors showed off their snakeskin gladiators on the 2012 runway, and I immediately went looking for a similar (yet less expensive) pair. I found an adorable pair at Urban Outfitters by Ecote that aren’t only great, but they are also on sale for a mere thirty bucks. It’s a win-win situation.