Sunday, May 9, 2010

Sassy Summer Sandals

Dan's sister Jaime loves herself a good pair of shoes. In fact, when she got married this past weekend — she walked down the aisle in a pair of killer Jimmy Choos.

Wooo - aren't they ferosh? (Thanks for sending me the photo, Tina!)

Wasn't she a beautiful bride?

Exhibit B for Jaime's love of shoes: the name cards. She named all the tables after designers whose shoes she loves (Gucci, Christian Louboutin, etc.).

Aren't these cute?

Dan's sister-in-law Lori is also an avid connoisseur of shoes. She wore the below Jessica Simpson peeptoe pumps (but in nude) to walk down the aisle at Jaime's wedding.

Fabulous Jessica Simpson patent pumps. I'm coveting Lori's pair (nude) because they match everything and they're so flattering on the leg.

And Lori the gorgeous bridesmaid.

So one would imagine their influence has got me craving shoes!

I had my mind set on the new Cynthia Vincent for Target gladiator wedges (below) — but they're sold out EVERYWHERE! At $30/pair, I don't blame people for rushing out and finding them ASAP.

Target, it was so unfair that you only released a limited number of these beautiful shoes! I didn't get any. :(

So I decided to swing by Ross instead just to see what they had out. Ja-ja-ja-jackpot! I found these Carlos by Carlos Santana bold print heels. They'll be fun with jeans, black dresses, black harem pants, etc. And at $27, they didn't set me back any more than the CVs would have!

Can't wait to wear these 'round town!


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budget chic said...

Those Carlos Santana sandals are so funky, that was a good deal and a nice consolidation. They are selling those Cynthia Vincent wedges for like $100 on Ebay. It's crazy because those shoes are only worth $30 dollars. If you wait it out till the frenzy is over and everybody has moved on to something else, you'll be able to get a pair on Ebay cheap! I kept hearing that Ebay was going to restock the tan wedges in the stores so just keep your eyes and ears open. Those shoes were suppose to be available until early June.