For the girls on a budget anyway…
Jeffrey Campbell shoes have been around since the early 2000’s, however it has been in the past couple of years that they’ve been making waves in the fashion industry. In 2010, Jeffrey Campbell introduced the Lita shoe, which took runways and fashionistas’ closets by storm. In every color, fabric and texture imaginable the Lita and Jeffrey Campbell’s popularity has remained steady.
Thanks to designers such as Alexander McQueen and fashion forward celebs such as Lady Gaga, and new shape of shoe has emerged… the heel-less shoe. Jeffrey Campbell has also produced his own signature heel-less platform.You may have seen Gaga sporting these heel-less platforms on the red carpet or even in an airport. They look extremely difficult to walk in, but in fact aren’t so bad.
As a woman who loves shoes I can only dream of ever owning a pair of Louboutin’s with the signature red bottomed soles. This is why I love Jeffrey Campbell shoes. JC shoes are instantly recognizable and known for their shapes. The best part is they are not out of reach for the girl on a budget. They certainly aren’t low cost… however they aren’t 700-1200 dollars either (like Louboutins.) A pair of JC shoes will run you from 170-300 dollars. Not too shabby. Whether you are investing in one quality pair of shoes up front or saving up for a few months, the JC shoe is totally within reach.
Being a fashion lover since the womb, and adoring shoes above all fashion elements, I finally had to treat myself to my first pair of designer shoes. The first, of hopefully many in the future. Of course they were an impulse buy, and as soon as I tried them on, I had to have them. I found them at a great price (they are sold out everywhere and going for higher than I paid for them on eBay) so I felt like it was meant to be.
These are my new head turners:
I expected people to look and to be in awe, but I did not expect the abundance of neck breaking and jaw dropping that I received when wearing them out. It was sooooo awesome. All the “likes” and “loves” that the shoes earned made them worth the cost. Not just anyone can pull of these particular shoes, however they definitely fit my personality. I can’t wait to wear them out again!
And as usual, yet another article of fashion that doubles as a weapon… my favorite.