It should come as no surprise that I am also quite the shoe aficionado. Handbags are my first true love, but shoes follow closely behind, and in the past few seasons I have found myself expanding my collection and expanding my growing shoe lust list. We knew that PurseBlog needed the perfect sister site, so we developed TalkShoes, and if you don’t visit it daily, you really must start to. Without TalkShoes, PurseBlog is like peanut butter with no jelly or spaghetti with no meatballs, it just isn’t whole without its mate.

I’ve been looking to add a new pair of shoes to my collection, so I did a little browsing and narrowed it down to a list of 6. Each of these shoes is quite different from the next, but each pair is gorgeous in its own way and totally fits my wardrobe and style. Unless I win the lotto in the next few days, I will need to make a decision on just one pair, so which should it be? Help me by casting your vote and leaving a comment below. For more designer shoe news, visit TalkShoes for our daily updates!

Valentino Studded Calf Hair Pumps | $1,145 via Net-A-Porter

Christian Louboutin Col Zippe 120 Ankle Boots | $1,395 via Net-A-Porter

Carven Bow-detailed Leather and Suede Pumps | $730 via Net-A-Porter

Charlotte Olympia Polly Calf Hair and Leather Pumps | $1,250 via Net-A-Porter

Isabel Marant Dicker Suede Ankle Boots | $565 via Net-A-Porter

Marni Jewel Bee-embellished Metallic Sandals | $1,170 via Net-A-Porter

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