It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of the famous Valentino bow, and I’m also a bit of a sucker for espadrilles, so what could be better than a combination of the two? Well, OK, I guess red uppers could be better. Or, I don’t know, a price tag lower than $495, which is how much these will set you back.
Other than those two minor points, however, I think these are pretty much the perfect summer shoe. Or one of them, at least.
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I hear what you are saying concerning the bow but it was the bow that drew my attention to Valentino bow-trim espadrilles in the first place. The price tag of $495 is what I find off putting.
Sooo Cuuute *O*
It’s just a little bit of summer glow to forgive the winter, wonderful ^_^!
I hear you. Although I’d be hard pressed to choose these over the Kors gold slingbacks.
I love these!
I also love the new header of the blog! And if I see it right, you already bought a new pair of shoes? 🙂
Love these! Hopefully a high street retailer will be ‘inspired’ by them.
On an unrelated note; have you been to Debenhams recently? I was in last night and was surprised to see they still had a Faith display. The sale shoes were reduced to £19 and under. They also had Miss KG shoes on sale for £39 and below. You are probably aware of this but as a fellow shoe addict I felt it was my duty to let you know! 🙂
I haven’t, but funnily enough, I’m off shopping today, so will be sure to pop in (although I don’t think our Debenhams carries Kurt Geiger, sadly) – thanks for the heads up 🙂
That was the Edinburgh Princes Street branch I was in. The shoe section had been revamped since I was last there, it is now a shoe boutique!
Oh, sounds fab! Ours is quite a small Debenhams, so it doesn’t normally have a huge shoe selection – probably a good thing, if it had a shoe boutique I would be even more broke than I already am!