Christian Siriano and Payless have done it again. They have brought shoe lovers everywhere more trendy shoes for very affordable prices. Today I fell in love with two shoes from his Spring Summer 2013 collection. They come in pastel colors which will be big this spring! The Margo Oxford is a cute metallic pink oxford with a white sole for $44.99. The Julie Mary Jane is a $54.99 pump that comes in mint and metallic champagne. Both shoes are to die for, and both shoes can be worn to work or around the town for fun. Plus they are great for Easter. I love shoes that can take you to different places in your day to day life. Hop on these shoes today before they sell out! P.S. I used code 70128 today to get 20% off my entire order! SHH! [SOURCE]
Pointy toe pumps are back in style for the fall and the Women’s Gabriella Pointed Toe Pump by Christian Siriano for Payless is $54.99. The pointed toe pump has a velvety faux fur finish and a 4 inch metallic heel. Tres chaud!
While I was standing in line for the Christian Siriano show at NYFW, I noticed the Fiji Water girls wearing some hot shoes. I asked them who the shoes were by, and they said they were Sirano for Payless. Like DUH Jai! I should have known that. The shoes, when they debuted last season, had a higher platform. I guess they made it smaller for the Payless audience. It still looks cute either way.
Check out my review of the IFB Emerging Influence Conference and the Christian Siriano Show.
Hurry up the Spaziano shoe from Aldo is selling like hot cakes!
If you want something a little more classic, try this shoe from Christian Sirano for Payless.
The clothes this season are definitely growing up. The designers know that their customers want sophisticated clothes that don’t look like they belong on their daughters or little sisters.
The Bensoni collection was full of prints, light colors, and airy fabrics. I could see this collection on the street or the beach.
As usual, Christian Siriano’s collection featured lots of prints and ruffles. Some people thought it was too much like his other collections, but I think if ain’t broke don’t fix it.
The ladies from Cushnie et Ochs did a great job as usual. They know their customers like sleek with a little something extra. That leather dress was cut perfectly.
Gregory Parkinson’s collection was short but sweet. The patterns and colors reminded me of candy.
I had never heard of Mandy Coon before, but after seeing her jellyfish inspired collection, I would love to know more about her. Structure is something she played with, and that made the mostly black and white collection seem fluid.
Photos from Style.com.
Photos from NY Magazine.
From The Cut.
Last December, Christian Siriano announced plans to debut an accessories line for Payless at Fashion Week. Well, rejoice, the wait is over. The designer premiered his line of Egyptian-inspired footwear (and some bags) at his show last night, full of spikes, chains, and cone heels. His color choices: Deep brown in matte leather (or probably pleather), patent chocolate, gold triangle heels, and aqua satin featuring a print that resembled hieroglyphics. We’re torn — on one hand, we love that these will only cost $25 to $45 when they hit stores this fall. But on the other, we’re weary that the footwear looks similar to Rodarte’s a couple seasons ago. So you make the call … would you buy them?
I honestly wish they came in other colors.