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March 22nd, 2007



AUO138 by One of Two: Shoe Review

The subtle metallic shimmers in the strangest of
light. The contrasting stitching spreads
like a web across the foot alluring to the diva, the vixen, and the fox. The baby girl rounded toes brings one back to
the innocent and the saintly. But with a
pair of heels like these, who wants to be a saint? I would rather run around the sun-splashed
town with bare legs and a short skirt atop my AUO138 by One of TWO. Yes that’s the brand and style of the shoe – I wasn’t asking a question or naming a Star Wars character.

Between the metallic
leather and the T-strap design, the AUO138′s are screaming Spring couture. In every magazine and every fashion blog, we
are seeing peep toes, metallics, and t-straps. This Spring’s runway shoe fashions are reminiscent of the Caribbean; a
place where we samba down the cobblestone streets warmly landscaped with palm
trees, clear blue sun-quenched skies, and bare legs. Of course all are adorned with our
flowing knee length skirts to match our playful moods, ready for the rebirth of
the body which often accompanies the first scent of Spring. And make no mistake about it, these One of
TWO
‘s are ready to step out with all the flare that Spring has to offer. Let’s get dancing!

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2 Responses to “

AUO138 by One of Two: Shoe Review”

  1. Grace Says:

    I own this shoe and wear it with everything. They are adorable and beyond comfortable.

  2. Lauren Says:

    I have wide feet and am wondering how wide the shoes are, whether they have good arch support and whether they run true to size?
    Thanks!

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