Category Archives for "Women’s Shoes"
We find ourselves drawn to Farylrobin shoes again and again – beautifully classic and ladylike, their interesting twists render them completely of-the-moment. Inspired by the sleek architecture that dots the Manhattan skyline, Farylrobin designers use a decadent mix of materials, placing the utmost emphasis on comfort.
Taking its name from a charismatic 1920s vaudeville performer, Brooklyn-based label Nina Payne adapts dancers’ footwear into vintage-inspired (read: covered up, sturdy-heeled, pencil skirt-worthy) styles that add a little spring to everyday steps.
Ruffles, fringes, prints and bows: pretty things all fashion insiders love, pretty things Miss Albright specializes in. Each of its shoes and bags is smartly detailed with a vintage feel that lies just outside the ordinary. Available exclusively at Anthropologie.
Harness-style straps trimmed in signature pyramid studs toughen up a supple suede ankle boot that’s rock-chic, yet refined.
A sleek side-zip bootie is destined to be a go-to this season thanks to its well-balanced, stacked heel and easygoing round toe.
A sleek, lightweight training shoe designed specifically for cardio, strength and core workouts features Zoom Air technology for ultra-responsive cushioning. Strategically placed Nike Zoom pods provide a firm grip and flexibility to keep you quick on your feet during training.
Named after a charismatic vaudeville performer, Brooklyn-based label Nina Payne adapts dancers’ footwear into vintage-inspired styles that add a little spring to everyday steps.