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7 March 2012
We were promised that 2012 would be a year where practically anything goes fashion-wise, and so far those predictions appear to have been correct! Everywhere you look the most pedestrian of high street labels are stocking wild, boundary-pushing pieces with loud
29 February 2012
We've been a little bit mesmerised by Styne Goya's shiny soled flatform shoes this week, although we're still in two minds as to whether or not we'd wear them - you know - on our feet. There is no doubt that these shoes are fabulous works of art to look at:
14 February 2012
We're seeing a lot of style that look a bit like this appearing on the shelves at the moment, as the shops prepare themselves for a summer of maxi dresses and 70s laid-back chic. These sandals aren't flatforms in the truest sense, as there is definitely a bit
1 February 2012
We've all gone a bit crazy for Versace recently, what with their successful collaboration with H&M and a rise in all things loud and glam. In many ways, it's surprising how quickly these garish prints and day-glo colours - all difficult trends to pull off - have
25 January 2012
We were all over colour blocking a year ago, and it seems sure that the style will enjoy at least one more successful and happy season. But will you be wearing it again? Personally, and I may have to whisper here, I think I may be a little over it. Particularly
18 January 2012
The future's looking flat, so we can expect to see plenty of low and mid-heels on tanned feet this summer; news that will go down like a lead balloon with most stem-loving Shoewawa readers! But is it really so bad? After all, high heels have never been a hit on
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