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Simple & elegant; The Royal Tour in New Zealand.

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Princess Kate looked stunning during her recent visit to New Zealand. My favorite looks are composed of a “perfect black-shoe” with a little twist because she took a simple navy shoe and gave it the title of the “new black”, while showing that simple accessories are always best when left at minimum,which in her style it included her beautiful earrings …

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Top 5 shoes for the men in the office

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The five pairs below look good enough to catch some stares and they are INEXPENSIVE enough that they make the toes curl! 1. The Bees knees of Nordstrom (house brand shoes). John W. Nordstrom Adrian Oxford – $175.00  Made in Italy with a more traditional toe shape. Calibrate Brandon -$125 A true oxford with closed lacing 2.Hugo Boss and Cenerello …

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Paris Fall Collection 2014

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Christian Louboutin, Chanel, Alexandre Birman, and Aquazzura were a couple of the designers that dominated Paris Fashion Week 2014. Alexandre Birman Fall Collection 2014 The gorgeous red strap peep toe shoe, brilliantly designed by Brazilian designer Alexandre Birman, can be considered one of the most have shoe designs. This peep toe shoe can be paired with a pencil skirt for …

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Milan Fashion Week Fall 2014 kicked off with fierce shoes!

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Designers played around with texture, color, and styles to make interesting yet beautiful boots, sleepers, pumps, and sandals. A few of my personal favorites included some of the gorgeous shoes by Bogetta Veneta, which included black and red pointed reptile skin booties, a black scarpin shoe that features a nude reptile skin print, and also an amazing yet feminine black, …

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Jimmy Choo: Choo.08

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Every woman loves her heels. A good pair will make you taller, create the look of better posture, and make you feel like you can conquer the world, but a woman’s feet can only take so much! There is a time when our feet have had it, and that’s where the new Jimmy Choo line comes in. Choo.08 is the …

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This Season’s Favorite Shoe: Mules

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Giambattista Valli   The mule style shoe used to be a shoe that was only reserved for stylish women over 65, but now, thanks to designers putting a bit of a twist on them, mules are on every fashionistas list for this season! Not only are these shoes comfortable and stylish, they are something that can be kept by the door for quick …

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Over the Knee Boots

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Olivia Palmero   With this cooler weather here in Chicago, it is no joke that fall is steadily approaching! That can only mean one thing, boots, and lots of them! This fall over the knee boots are all the rage! They are perfect with an over sized sweater and leggings, and go great with any sweater dress, or outer wear …

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Caged Booties

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Whenever fall comes around, that always means that it’s time for my favorite type of heels. Booties!  Booties are the perfect fall accessory. With so many different options in heel heights, and the choice between open, or closed toe, a good bootie is really a necessity in any savvy woman’s wardrobe. The newest style for this fall is the caged …

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Wedge Hiking Sneaker

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The wedge sneaker has been a staple in many women’s wardrobe since this winter, but now the popular shoe is getting a much needed update! In order to give the wedge sneak an update, designers tapped into their adventurous side, and went the outdoorsy route. All the new and improved wedges are all inspired by hiking boots. The colors, and …

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Neiman Marcus Pre-Fall Shoes

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Neiman Marcus has, and forever will be a woman’s heaven on earth. Not only do they carry all of our favorite designers, they know style. Earlier this week they released all their picks for fall hottest shoes! With so many to choose from, it was tough to narrow it down, but here are the few that made the biggest impact …

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