This fall Isabel Marant came up with a hodgepodge of “cowgirl meets rocker glam” hybrid shoes. The “Milwaukee” boot is a beautifully cratfed studded suede and leather Western ankle boot. It’s the perfect fall/winter everyday boot with enough personality to be the center of attention in an outfit.
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These Marant-like booties by Buffalo London are at ShoeDazzle. They’re made of genuine leather and come in 4 colors: black, burgundy, camel and teal.
Buffalo “Dori” Western Style Ankle Boots
P.S.: Also available at Buffalo.
Designer capsule collections never really bothered me, mostly because I found most items to be way too overpriced and . Maison Martin Margiela x H&M was no different for me. I know many consider Margiela to be a fashion visionary, but I finnd most of his clothes simply unwearable. It’s just not my style. However, I always used to have a soft spot for his shoe line and the shoes from Margiela’s capsule collection for H&M really resonated with me. My absolute favorite style were the wedge booties with the lucite wedge heel but $350 for a pair of H&M shoes? Uh, thank you, but no, thank you!
Style Blogger Mireia from My Daily Style Loves Maison Martin Margiela x H&M
While I think $171.99 is still quite a lot of money for an H&M-quality item, these lucite heel wedge booties by Choies which look almost identical to the Margiela x H&M wedges are still about 50% cheaper and made of real leather, too, just like the real Margielas. Plus, you can save another 20% with the promo code above which cuts down the price to a reasonable $137.59 (the store offers free worldwide shipping, too). Now that’s a deal, right?
Tip: Use promo code “SF20OFF” to get 20% OFF your order at Choies to celebrate the Chinese Spring Festival! Orders will be shipped around February 20, 2013.
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