Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Pump it Up ! PT. 2....

If you are a fan of leopard print and a fan of my site, you should have come across a previous post titled Pump it Up ! This is the second part...which is obvious LOL. When I wear leopard print shoes, I tend to go for a more unique style of shoe. I love the weird and  unexpected. However, you can never go wrong with a classic pump and it's more versatile, allowing one to wear it with more than one type of outfit. Plus, a leopard print pump is good for those who aren't risk-takers, those who don't want to stand out too much but add a little more umph to their outfit. Here are some of my favorite pairs of pumps I've discovered and though I tend to like the more unique shoe, I may have to take a chance on the classic leopard print pump. Tell me what you think ! Comments are appreciated.

I love this first pair by Steve Madden called the Fierse-L. The material is a soft suede and the shoe has a hidden platform. My absolute favorite part of the shoe is the part that rides up the back of the ankle. HAUTE !
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This second pair is designed by Sam Edelman and named the "Portney". It is a favorite because it has a stiletto heel and a pointed toe which I think is so chic. My favorite thing about this shoe is that it has a short- haired hide finish. If you look closely at the second pic of it, you can see what I mean. I love the leopard print shoes Sam Edelman designs!
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This next pump is by B.Makowsky and is called the Paley. I love this pair because they don't SCREAM leopard and offer a different spin on the leopard pump. The print is not as bold but this a truly a unique shoe. I love the dark brown print and my favorite detail is the embossed leather accents. My second favorite part of this shoe is the peep toe. I'm a sucker for a peep toe shoe !
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This next pair are made by Enzo Angiolini and are named the "Mistle"pump.  I love that it is made of calf hair and I can't resist the open toe. Best feature: the lace and bow at the heel. How cute is that ?! Although this shoe has a low heel, I love the added details that give it a little more edge.

The next pump is designed by Sam Edelman. As I said before, he's a favorite of mine for unique leopard print shoes. This shoe is the Lorna Pump. What I'm loving ? Everything....the peep toe design, the calf hair, the bow with spikes, the cut out of the inner arch...need I go on? What's not to love?