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Friday, August 7th, 2009

Early Fall Shoe Trends: Hardware Details

Gynnie by Charles David: Golden Studs?  That sounds too good to be true.The fashion community prepares for seasons far in advance. The Fall 2009 pieces, for instance, were catwalked last winter.  Although I understand why it’s necessary to show fashion lines so early (so that distributors, ready-to-wear-ers, and marketers can do their thing), it does seem strange that designers should be mum now, when women are actually beginning to think about what they’ll wear this fall and winter. And so, all this week, Shoeflyer has been featuring fall trends, to help you get ready for the chilly days ahead.  At least you have one consolation as the summer fades:  fall and winter mean you can wear more leather!  Today’s trend is all about leather (or imitation leather).  Perhaps due to the tough economy, designers have been pairing leather with plenty of biker/punk flair, including buckles, safety pins, grommets, and hooks.

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Thursday, February 26th, 2009

Thursday Thirteen: 13 Styles for Spring

Spring is in the air, and here in the Northwest, people are suffering from the Spring Ache, a locale-specific cousinGlitter Flat by All Black at Shoefly to Spring Fever. Spring Ache often strikes in February, as bulbs start to poke through soaked soil. If you’re longing for blossoms to bloom and skies to clear, you’re experiencing the Spring Ache.  After spending last summer in perpetually sunny Reno, I have an especially bad case of Spring Ache this year. Fortunately, I know of several cures for this seasonal malady. My favorite: FASHION. And with NY Fashion week just behind us, designers are pumping out new styles faster than you can say daffodil.

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