Tuesday, January 17, 2012

happy shoes-day

Today is all about shoes, my all time favorite subject! While the post below is hardly breaking news since I wrote it at the end of last summer (pending the launch of dns) Stuart Weitzman launched a "young Hollywood cares" line of shoes designed by young starlets who each have a style of their own. Since the shoes are still on the market for purchase I felt it was still worth sharing. The lovely shoes proceeds all go to the research for ovarian cancer - so your new purchase is guilt free - its goods that do good! The four looks below, are each named after their creator and are wildly different from one another. I am especially in love with the "olivia" fuchsia strappy sandal. Not only does the ankle strap help stabilize a high heeled sandal but the feathers are so fun and remind me of a pair of manolos that I tried on for our wedding that cost almost as much as my rent.  I think I will need these more afforable versions pronto! Part two will have some fab finds on nude colored shoes - the only color that goes with everything and part 3 on another brand for charity - stay tuned...

"the scarlett"

"the olivia"


"the hayden"

"the michelle"


~Go Shopping ~


- Check out the stars rocking their own shoes in the stylish looks below -

who new a bright pink feather shoe could be so versatile???


basic black pump can go dressy (rhinestones line the back of the heel)


or casual with ankle length pants
(I think the pants need to be a tad longer, a true ankle length is much more flattering)


hayden hides her ankle booties in the jumpsuit below but the platform gives her the much needed height


Scarlett either doesn't love her red patent pumps as much as the other ladies or is the worlds worst product endorser because there isnt an image of her on the web wearing her design - I would love to be proven wrong so if you find an image please share with me at heidi@dooleynotedstyle.com.








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