Sunday, December 18, 2011

Perfect Match

During this time of year we are all invited to different events and parties. The best part about it? Shopping for the perfect outfit! However, many times I will have an outfit all together, but can't seem to find a perfect pair of shoes to go with it. Not only that, I will tend to come up with the perfect shoe in my head before I find it. For example, I had an 80's party to attend and I had the perfect outfit. The more I looked at my outfit the more I realized that the perfect shoes to go with everything would be black and white snake skin heels. Even though that is not too hard to find, I was looking for something more specific. I was looking for 3 in heels without a pump. As simple as that sounds, all I could find were pumps that were 4 1/2 inches or higher. Sometimes it seems like the second you start looking for something, that's the only time you can't find it. Well I have discovered something that will save all women from this problem.

There are tons of "Design Your Own Shoe" websites! Some of these sites have 50 color options to pick from with 20 different style shoes. That isn't even the best part. Instead of a pair you spend $80 that you are not in love with, you can spend the $10 extra and create your very own unique set. There are no limits and every site has different options. You could have lime green lining with a pink heel while the rest of the shoe is gold metallic (That's just an example). Even if you're not looking for anything in particular, I suggest googling "Design your own shoes" and trying it out. Don't be afraid to use your imagination!


  1. Ooo, that looks fun! I'm all for a little creativity when it comes to personal style ;)


    PS:thank you for your nice comment on my blog! <3

  2. This shoes looks so cute!:)

    Much love from the SABO SKIRT girls!

  3. It's fine to have customised shoes by way of choosing colors and accessories. But sometimes they allow you to mix heels with uppers - this is not OK because it might hurt your feet.
    Nice post.