|Versace, cutout leather sandals|
Ohhh, good ol' "Versase" (Showgirls). This is some show-stopping footwear! I'm digging the lines of this shoe created by the cutouts and accented by the silver discs--what fluidity, balance, and design! I really can't decide if I'd rather have these on my feet or as a center piece. Either way, these kicks are definitely runway worthy and worth their space in your closet...or on your dining room table. For an idea on how to wear these Versace-style, check out their catwalk appearance by clicking on the runway thumbnail after you click on the above link.
|Jimmy Choo, embellished and detailed leather and snakeskin heels|
What a phenomenal shoe! I'm particularly fond of the black and white woven detail near the back of the shoe. This shoe offers texture, variety, contrast, hardware, and a helluva design. Although I've posted the link to the Net-A-Porter site, check out the Jimmy Choo website for the same shoe for a couple hundred dollars less and to see this one-of-a-kind shoe in a crazy red, pink, and black color variation. The advantage to the Net-A-Porter site? For EVERY item on Net-A-Porter, the item is styled on a manequin with an entire outfit! Pretty sweet.
|Emilio Pucci, leather and canvas lace-up sandals|
Yes, this is Emilio Pucci, not sporting his signature geometric pattern. Aside from flaunting the military trend, I love the versatility of this neutral color while still being different from the traditional beige, white, etc. I'm also a fan of that great stacked heel, semi-covered platform, buckle detailing, lace-up ties, and use of canvas that just begs for a 2011 Troop Beverly Hills.
|Miu Miu, two-tone patent ankle strap sandals|
|Giuseppe Zanotti, back zip leather and metal plate heels|
Check back tomorrow for the follow-up post covering the rest of my picks from the Net-A-Porter sale!