Shoe of the Week-Prudence

In a perfect world we would all own high end shoes and rock them until the cows came home.  However in reality, most of us cannot afford to spend hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars on one pair of shoes.  Luckily for ALL parties involved there are brands that will create a shoe similar to the high end one.  In this case Jeffrey Campbell created the “Prudence” flat in honor of the Isabel Marant Leo lace up.  Which thank God he did because even if you could spend $580 on a flat it’s sold out everywhere.

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For those of you that don’t know Isabel Marant, she is one of my favorite designers.  She is constantly being replicated because she has such an edge.  She was born in Paris and began sewing at the age of 15 (Jealous).  She first started with jewelry and then expanded into jersey and knitwear.  One of the things I like about her is that she took her time evovling her brand.  She didn’t rush into anything.  Now her fashions are ALL over the blog circuit and is conveted by the most fashionable and trendist gals.

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Isabel Marant

Now knowing where these shoes got their inspiration from doesn’t it make you want them even more?  I know it does me.  They were fabulous before, but NOW I HAVE TO OWN THEM.  Ha!  Check them out on the site or in store.  You’ll definintely turn heads in these whether you’re rocking jeans, shorts, or dresses.

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Jeffrey Campbell Prudence

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