While most celebs have already slipped into minimal sandal mode, Taylor Swift has recently discovered a love for fat heels, and I don’t fault her; a good chunky-heeled shoe is far easier to walk in than a designer stiletto.
Hello and welcome. If you’re a veteran PurseBlog reader, feel free to skip ahead to what happens below, with which you are surely well familiar. If you’re new here, allow me to explain. Even though designer sale season happens but twice a year (and neither of those times is right now), discounted designer bags can still be found for those who are willing to dig through the internet’s nooks and crannies.
Our What Fits category is a reader favorite, and I promise we’ll be sharing more bags and what you can expect to fit inside them in the near future. (If you have requests on bags you want to see included, let me know in the comments below.) Knowing the interior capacity of a bag is especially important for smaller styles; what looks like it can fit a continental wallet in a stock image may only be able to handle a card case in real life.
Today marks the first of many Shoe Guides to come, and we couldn’t think of a better place to start than Valentino‘s signature Rockstud. Like the Ultimate Bag Guides you know and love, our Shoe Guide follows a similar format; below, we’ll highlight important buying information like pricing, fit and style comparisons.
When Mansur Gavriel came along a couple years ago and exposed a glaring blind spot in the contemporary market for sophisticated, modern bags at a relatively reasonable price point, retailers reacted quickly. Not only did basically every store imaginable try to stock the brand, but plenty of retail buyers went out looking for new or previously overlooked designers who could cater to similar tastes.
I’m not really haunted by much (maybe just the idea of a super large spider or taking a really bad fall), but I do find myself constantly thinking about certain bags that got away. This clearly is a topic that comes up a bit here at PurseBlog; we have covered it twice (here and here) in the past, and before I wrote this post today, I asked members of the PurseForum this very question.
By now, we all know the name and we can spot a signature red bottom a mile away, and deservedly so–Christian Louboutin shoes are held in high regard in the luxury footwear market. The brand has millions of diehard fans who return again and again, and any Louboutin convert can tell you why they love the signature shoes.
Even though it’s cold in NYC this week, warm weather is just around the corner, and that means you’re going to need some new stuff for spring. Shopbop has a wonderful selection of handbags and beyond, and now through April 7, you can take 25% off almost all full-price and sale purchases at the Shopbop Friends & Family Sale. All you have to do is enter code FRIENDS at checkout! Shop quickly, though–Shopbop’s F&F always inspires plenty of people to buy up the site’s best stuff.