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21 November 2007
I can't tell you how pleased I am to finally see a Yay or Nay offering getting a unanimous standing applause! If you fell madly for the extravagant velvet ruffles and luscious burgundy of last week's offering, they're by Charmone and are (sigh) an investment
24 October 2007
Despite being in the lead-up to Christmas (according to the high street and their decorations, in any case), poor ol' Rudolph the red-nosed Mary Janes didn't fare too well in last week's Yay or Nay vote, with the nay-sayers almost unanimous in their "bah,
13 August 2007
Never mind Ugly Shoe of the Week: this one is battling it out for Ugly Shoe of the Year! Thanks to upstanding Shoewawa reader, Julia, this mockery of all that is good and shoey was quickly arrested, and its designer, Robert Clergerie, will stand trial for his
18 July 2007
I'm noticing a lot of chunky heels in new season designer shoes at the moment and I can't decide whether or not I like it. Usually I'm a great defender of the stiletto and I think there's nothing sexier than a slim heel, but are they out of favour with designers
20 February 2007
It's always nice to find a pair of boots that are a little different to the norm, and I'd say that these 'Emily' spats-ish offerings from Office satisfy that criteria. With a nice sturdy heel and lovely, tactile mix of suede and leather, they're available in a
31 January 2007
If you are into the whole shoe/boot thing, and are lucky enough to be able to pull them off. How about trying out these 'Victoria' panelled ankle boots from Shellys. These boots are made to be seen in, and I don't think they would have the same effect if they
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