27 February 2011

On three spring shoes (and splurges)...

Now that I have had First Mate, it appears that my feet may never be the same.  Just when I thought it wasn't possible - I believe that my feet may have grew (grown?)!  Yikes!  So long giant ass boat feet size 10s - now, I think I am a size 10 1/4 (not that that size actually exists.)  I suppose now I am in the hunt for some new shoes, and here are some that I am really loving!

The Tory Burch Striped Espradrille

Sadly, I cannot wear Revas.  They feel like fire hurt my toesies.  I actually bought a pair last winter and had to return them to the store (thank goodness for Nordstrom's liberal return policy!).  It was disappointing.  However, I am really lurving these cute, spring-y espradilles.

The Sperry Women's Paloma

While I think Sperry is making some unfortunate marketing choices (the hot pink Women's Abacos - really?!?!), I think that this wedge sandal is super cute.  I already own 3 pairs of Sperrys and they are my favorite - so, I would hope that these sandals would be as comfy as their flat soled friends.

The Kate Spade wedge sandal

I saw these sandals in Self Magazine and I am in LOVE.  They are the absolute CUTEST dressy sandal I have seen in a long time.  The subtle nude straps appear quite conservative from the front/top and then - wham - you get hit with a blast of a pretty rainbow heel.  The only issue is that they are $300 and well, that's a bit much for shoes (in my opinion).  May just have to save up for them though.

What are your favorite new spring shoes?


  1. I'm not a huge fan of wedges but I love those Tory Burch espadrilles.

    I love love love Tory Burch shoes but I don't love how much they pinch my baby toes.

  2. Love the espadrilles.

    Yes with kidlet #1 I went from a 9.5 to 10, and #2 to an 11. Sigh...

  3. I also love the espadrilles!
    Thanks for stopping by!

  4. The espadrilles are adorable! Love the dressy sandals too...

  5. I spotted those Kate Spade wedges in Self Magazine this morning... knew I saw them somewhere first :)