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August 31st, 2009

Faryl Robin’s 3 Questions for Choosing Shoes

Faryl Robin is one of my favorite lines. Why? Because every Faryl Robin shoe seems to have its own story waiting to be told. With unusual lines, unpredictable heels, and sweet shapes in everything from flats to boots, Faryl Robin has a winning formula for chic shoes. I love her stuff so much, that I sometimes wish I could have a mini Faryl Robin sitting on my shoulder as I trudge through miles of shoe aisles, on a mission for the perfect pair.  Well, now I can!  Okay, I can’t actually have a mini Faryl, but I can run through her three essential questions as I shop for shoes:

1. If you walk into a room, will this shoe stand out?

2. If you picked it up and turned it over, would you think the price makes sense?

3. If you’re on the worst date that you’ve ever been on, could you walk home?

These questions are fun and practical–just like the Faryl Robin brand.  No wonder celebrities like Gwen Stefani and Racheal Ray love Faryl Robin shoes!  To fulfill all of Faryl Robin’s requirements in your own fabulous pair, check out Shoefly’s collection of Faryl Robin shoes. And don’t forget, the 30% off sale is still going on at  You get to take an additional 30% off your whole order when you check out!  For instance, Yetta, pictured at the top, is listed for $230, but you can save over $100 today, for a final price of just $112.70! That price does better than make sense– it practically sings!


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