Calling all flip-flop aficionados: iPANEMA Flip-Flops are hitting the U.S. hard! The press as well as celebrities like Whitney Port, Ashton Kutcher, Gisele Bundchen, Kristin Cavallari and Sting can’t seem to get enough and neither can we!
Whitney Port was spotted wearing iPanema Classic Trends III flip flops in Beige/Gold (available from Boutique to You, $24) in Venice on February 5th, 2012 (Source). I didn’t realize the weather was that nice in Italy this time of the year! Jealous (of the nice weather, not the flip flops…)! This stylish flip flop features […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and full of Pink Ribbon Deals. If you can’t afford the Dana Davis Allie Pink Pumps, we’ve found six other shoe styles where you can show your support by buying/wearing pink on your feet! 1. Pink Ribbon Cancer Awareness Nude Platform Shoes, $54.99 from Celebrate Express. A portion of […]
Even though I claim to not be a flip-flop fan, I find myself wearing the toe separators more and more often. And when I had the chance to test out the cool looking Lindsay Phillips Snap Shoes in my favorite color (pink) with bling, I wasn’t going to decline the offer! Lindsay Phillips Jordi Flops […]
January Jones was spotted wearing Cocobelle Noel Thong Sandals (available from Endless.com, $34 – $62 depending on which color you prefer) while out walking her dog in Los Angeles on July 31st, 2011. Ms. Jones paired her sandals with jeans and a Malibu Native Live Once Dolman Tee (on sale at PacSun for only […]
Reese Witherspoon was spotted wearing Bernardo Matrix Thong Sandals (currently on sale at Zappos.com and available in an array of colors) while grocery shopping on July 4th, 2011 (Source: StarStyleInc / JustJared). Bernardo Sandal
It’s the perennial summer vacation question. Will I need a smart pair as well my every day pair? Should my smart pair come with a heel? And just where is my suitcase anyhow?
We’ve all been there before going on holidays. Packing too much to cover every eventuality and struggling to close the suitcase only to find one half of our clothes go untouched through the course of our week long break.