Thursday, October 14, 2010

Five Shoe Trends Worth Investing In

Are you ready to pull together your look for fall, but wondering which shoe styles will best help you put a stylish foot forward? This fall Brazilian shoe designer Luiza Barcelos introduces classic yet trendy styles, all available at www.endless.com. Check out these five new versatile trends worth investing in.

Aw132 Flat: Nothing like a sweet rosette to help day-to-day outfits blossom. This lovely leather flat from Luiza Barcelos flaunts an almost irresistible simplicity, perfect for pairing with livelier prints and patterns and versatile enough to complement frocks, skirts, denim and more. Price: $184


Qv022 Peep-Toe Bootie: Soaring height and an unexpected elastic vamp offer glam edginess in this pump from Luiza Barcelos, that'll work beautifully alongside on-the-town frocks and other straight-from-the-runway looks. Fashioned in embossed leather, this platform also features a flirty open toe and refined leather outsole. Price: $268

Jb017 Oxford Bootie: This glam bootie walks the linebetween sophisticated pump and edgy oxford. Crafted in supple suede, this bootie's lace-up closure creates a luxuriously rippled vamp for a coquettish silhouette, while a chunky heel and platform keep the soaring loft wearable. On Sale! $189.75


Vc035 Boot: A dual palette and moto-minded studs up the ante of this fabulous boot from Luiza Barcelos. The slouchy shaft shows off the top-grade leather, a skinny toe keeps the look on the dressy side, and the chunky heel and pull tabs offer a dash of cowgirl flair. Try this pull-on boot with short hemlines, over denim, and with shorts and tights for an unbeatable finish. Price: $358

Vy007 Pump: Topstitch detailing accentuates the soft-to-the-touch suede of this fabulous pump from Luiza Barcelos. Perfect with suiting for the office and with frocks for after-hours plans, this pump features a foot-flattering shaped collar, a chunky heel for comfortable loft, and a sweet tie embellishment for a feminine finish. Price: $195

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