Latest Posts in Peep Toes
13 November 2007
We know that jewel-bright tones are going to take us well into next year, so why not invest in the trend now! Take, for example, these lovely party shoes. Not only fashion-forward in colour, they're oh-so-now in their vintage style as well. The perfect peep-toe
9 November 2007
Juicy Couture are masters at bling, but I for one am glad to see that they're turning their attentions from trashy to classy! These gold snakeskin-print peep-toes are eye-catching without being over-the-top; and for those of you who like to look well-heeled -
8 November 2007
It looks like I'm in good company, what with my love of all things peep-toe; so, what better place to showcase another fabulous pair, than here for your delectation? These ivory stunners are incredibly eye-catching, with their studs and big black jewel
6 November 2007
Neons were big and bright news during spring and summer, and while it's a trend that was a little scary to some (if not most), why not take advantage of a much easier way to try it out? These gorgeous peep-toes, from the Poste Mistress range, are transformed
30 October 2007
Having seen these lovely flats in person, I can attest to the fact that they are entirely feminine and absolutely delectable. In soft leather and with a pretty peep-toe, it's the floral print that really makes these special. The ideal summer footwear (for those
29 October 2007
It looks like the metal half-stiletto is turning into a bit of a trend (see related links), and while it's an interesting look, I can't help but feel it looks a rather dangerous one! Of course, Monsoon have done a lovely job of distracting me from that fact,
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