Luxury fashion design is nothing new for Paul Andrew, a shoe designer who worked at various fashion houses from Alexander McQueen to Calvin Klein before launching his own line in 2013. Every aspect of design is critical to Paul, as he personally hand draws every shoe, chooses high-end materials, and uses only the best Italian production techniques to create each pair of shoes in his collections.
This is clearly evident in these Nya Suede and Patent-Leather Sandals, which playfully combine triple-dyed bright-blue suede, black, white, and neon-pink patent leather. As an added bonus, the cushioned memory-foam insole forms to your foot for extra comfort. Pretty sure the cushion in itself will ruin walking in any other pair of heels ever again…
Paul Andrew Nya Sandals, $945
What do you think of these quirky sandals? How would you wear them?
Sometimes, your eyes scan over shoes and take a second look, then a third, and before you realize it, you’ve been drooling all over your leather Gucci blouse. Okay, you know you’d never actually drool on that, but I digress… These Givenchy Leather Chain T-Strap Sandals made me do almost that. They exude a unique sex appeal with its subtle chain details, shape, and leather material.
This winter, I bought these Rag & Bone Classic Newbury Boots. Although the heel is only 3 1/2 inches (shorter than 95% of heels in my closet), I wanted them for an everyday boot where I could do some walking while still lookingchic, and adding some height. I didn’t expect to get so much use out of them, but I really have worn them on an almost daily basis. So, when I found the summer equivalent, I knew I had to show them with you lovely readers!
Without further ado, I introduce to you these leather open toe ‘Wyatt’ sandals from Rag & Bone:
Rag & Bone ‘Wyatt’ Sandals, $635
The blush and black color combination goes with everything, and would look especially great paired with a sundress or a romper.