Isn’t it amazing how a brand called Joe’s Jeans whose main focus lies on denim makes such remarkable and outstanding footwear? We first wrote about a pair of their shoes just recently in a Givenchy Real vs. Steal post and now they’ve managed to astonish me yet once again with the fabulousness of their shoes. This sky-high “Diva” platform has something Fendi about it, but I think I actually prefer it over its designer pendant. Everyone knows I love a platform because they make a really high heel so much more comfortable and this specific one here reminds me of Charlotte Olympia who is a great shoe designer. Another bonus: the nude color. I’m officially in love (I often am I know)!

Joe's Jeans Diva Platform Sandals in nude

Joe’s Jeans Diva Platform Sandalsamazon
($195, Amazon)

P.S.: Also available at Shopbopcj.

Image source(s): Amazon

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A few weeks ago while browsing one of my favorite shoe shopping sites, Solestruck, I happened to stumble upon a brand I haven’t heard of yet. Senso. Looking at their shoes I was wondering why because I, the self-proclaimed shoe aficionado, thought I knew about all the kickass shoe brands by now. Turned out I didn’t. At that time all the Senso styles were sold out, so I signed up to be notified when they’ll become available again and well, today is the lucky day.

Senso Shoes @ Solestruck

Solestruck is the only online retailer to carry the Australian brand right now. They have a bunch of scorching hot heels which are currently on pre-order (shoes will ship on July 19, 2010) and all of them are expected to sell out very QUICKLY again. Most styles are priced somewhere between $150 to $180 which certainly isn’t dirt cheap, but considering their hotness I’d say totally worth the splurge. Oh how I wish I hadn’t bought so many shoes this month so I could indulge in a pair of my own Sensos. If you have some disposable income left to spend on shoes, this would be my Shopping Tip of the Month!

Senso Shoes @ Solestruckpjx

Image source(s): Solestruck

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My Shopbop Wishlist for June 2010

by Irina on June 24, 2010

I have absolutely no reason to complain about not having enough new stuff since I just received my Dorothy Perkins. While I’m quite satisfied with what I got for the little money I paid, in the end you can still see that these were budget buys. Oh how I wish I could lay down $300 for a top and not having to worry about going broke over a $500 dress. Too bad money is such a critical point in the whole shopping process. But while I’m not able to put all the pricey goodies into my cart and check out with a $2000 bill, it helps slightly to at least stuff them on my wish list hoping some anonymous admirer will find his way to this list and graciously send me one or two things from there. Yup, I’m quite a dreamer if you couldn’t guess by now.

Shopbop Wish List June 2010

Go Shopping:

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I’ve heard a white shoe is hard to love. Be it the hard-to-clean color, the bridal connotation, or the invariable summer feel, people seem to shy away from this color. Well, I for one am all for white shoes. I have a pair of white snakeskin pumps that I wear pretty much every chance I get. Another pair I’d love to have in my shoe closet is Sigerson Morrison‘s Ankle Tie Wedge Sandals. The wedge is the perfect height, the bow is delightfully girly and the white is pure. They also have a touch of retro in them which I am a total sucker for.

Sigerson Morrison Ankle Tie Wedge Sandals in white

Sigerson Morrison Ankle Tie Wedge Sandalscj
($332.50, Shopbop)

P.S.: Also available at Zapposcj.

Dollhouse “Tali” Wedge Sandals

Let me guess. You think the Sigerson Morrison Ankle Tie sandals are cute but not $332.50 cute (retail price is $475!). Well, I don’t blame you. That’s a hard figure to swallow. Luckily, Dollhouse has come out with a great alternative. Their “Tali” wedge sandals in white look identical to our SMs, with the addition of a funky stacked wedge heel. They also come in a myriad of other colors which is sure to please you color-craving cooks. For a mere $41.95, why not taste the rainbow?

Dollhouse "Tali" Wedge Sandals (Sigerson Morrison knockoffs)

Dollhouse “Tali” Wedge Sandalsamazon
($41.95, Amazon)

P.S.: Also available at DSWcj.

Image source(s): Shopbop, Amazon

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UPDATE: This post has been updated on June 23, 2010. Scroll down to see the new add.

As cage-style shoes gracefully make their exit from our must-haves, these shoes by Cesare Paciotti update the look and earn their place on our up-to-date feet. The ankle detailing is less cage and more web. They’re sexy (very sexy), stylish and who needs jewelry with a statement piece like these?

Cesare Paciotti Jewelled Cut-Out Sandals in nude suede

Cesare Paciotti Jewelled Cut-Out Sandalscj
(~$670, N/A)

Paris Hilton “Trix” Sandals

UPDATE (06/23/2010): Paris Hilton‘s design team comes up with a near-copy of the Cesare Paciotti. Her “Trix” sandals only lack the little crystal stones. Otherwise they’re practically identical. Available in pewter, black or gold.

Paris Hilton "Trix" Sandals in pewter (Cesare Paciotti knockoffs)

Paris Hilton “Trix” Sandals
($89.99, Heels.com)

P.S.: Also available at Zapposcj.

Kelsi Dagger “Brandi” Embellished Sandals

Kelsi Dagger gives you the opportunity to wrap your ankles in all the prettiness (yes, even something described as a web can be stunning!) without all the payout. At only $112 they get the job done and leave some extra for a new dress.

Kelsi Dagger "Brandi" Embellished Sandals in black suede (Cesare Paciotti knockoffs)

Kelsi Dagger “Brandi” Embellished Sandalsamazon
($112, Amazon)

P.S.: Also available at REVOLVEClothingcj.

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