DSquared2‘s shoe game has gotten so serious. They have been creatively killing it, from high-heeled ice-skates, to vertebrae heels, to brass knuckles, and beyond. Their latest creation brings me back to the days where tying shoelaces was a feat in itself, but luckily, there were those convenient no-tie, curly Q shoelaces to wear on your sneaks. These black sandals are tied up with multi-colored ropes that may conjure up some nostalgia from your childhood, too.
Wear them with an athleisure-inspired outfit, such as a black racerback dress or a pair of sporty culottes and a red or lime green tank to balance it out.
DSQUARED2 SWAROVSKI ROPE & SUEDE SANDALS, $2,845
What do you think of these heels? How would you style them?
As technology becomes more prevalent in our lives, the emerging coinciding fashion trend seems to have an emphasis on futuristic. Some of it is quirky (say, DVF for Google Glass), some of it innovative (3D-printed jewelry? Yes, please), and some of it… questionable.
Meet the Nova Shoe Chrome Vinyl Wedges by Zaha Hadid for United Nude from Luisaviaroma. This exclusive edition heel is an interesting take on the phantom heel wedge, with a 160mm Carbon fiber wedge heel and a 60mm Carbon fiber internal platform. Although these are certainly heels that will get you noticed, I’m not so sure how much sex appeal they have. But then again, if you feel like a sexy show stopper in these, that’s really all that matters, anyway.
Zaha Hadid for United Nude, $2138
What do you think of these wedges? Would you wear them?
In every woman’s wardrobe, there are far too many LBDs and LBHs (Little Black Heels), and reasonably so. If you’re ever in a pinch, they’re the perfect go-to items. However, with so many options to choose from, I’ve found I have to be fairly picky when it comes to buying more- they have to be my new absolute favorites, or they’re out. Luckily, I have a pretty open mind, and I’ve found another pair I’m smitten by…
Meet the Fendi perforated leather and suede boots: