Search results for turquoise
16 January 2009
Even as I write this, I know that some of you will probably look at these shoes and think, "They're just a pair of peep toes - so what?" But this is the triumph of Christian Louboutin: that he can make even a simple pair of patent peep toes look like the most
27 June 2008
The invites to garden parties, barbeques and other summery soirées are starting to pile up (you are just Miss Popular aren't you?) So you really should be getting that summer wardrobe at the ready just in case the sun does decide to stay and play.
17 July 2007
Layed, embroidered, metallic, pattened, fabric, leather effect - I think I'm in love with these 'Trashy' pumps. Yes, they completely clash with...erm...themselves, but they somehow work and manage to look cute and fresh. Available in 'khaki' (on the left) or 'turquoise'
16 July 2007
I can't quite make my mind up about Hollywould's 'Hibiscus' turquoise and tan open-toe heels. I love the gorgeous shades of turquoise, green and aqua fabric - supposed to create a watercolour effect - but I can't decide what to think about the leather straps
7 June 2007
Ladies, I think the time has come for me to lay down the gauntlet and do some blatant hero-worshipping in the world of shoes. Today, the focus of my attentions is Patrick Cox. So, carry on reading to take a look at some of his gorgeous new designs... Oh, and just
14 May 2007
Topshop is definitely ready for summer, and to encourage the sun to come out of hiding again, they are now stocking shoes by Spanish label Paco Gil. The website describes this pair as turquoise, although to me they look more sky-blue - either way, I love the colour.
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