She Said “Sylvieta”

Dip your toe in the sugar-coated sand with these ‘Sylvieta’ pastel leather and snake chain sandals from the one and only Christian Louboutin.

We’re talking powder blue, pastel pink and creamy blush leather dusted in gold. No complaints are humanly possible. The almond-shaped open-toe heels are the type of shoes you will come back to year after year, always offering a streamlined retro appeal.

She Said “Regina”

When it comes to outfits, it is hard to outshine a great red dress. Charlotte Olympia‘s latests, however, are making it look easy.

Olympia’s “Regina” sequin-embellished wedges have the perfect red beads to work with a dress of the same colour. Also embellished with sequins, the wedge is chipped at the front which gives the heavily-decorated shoe a lighter appearance. When you’re working with a 6.2-inch wedge, this almond-shaped toe and exposed buckle trio are a great way to get yourself a pair of statement shoes!

She Said “Agron in Atwood”

Oh, the dangers of shoe photography and stylists who aren’t in the know!

The stun-ning-OMG Dianna Agron was spotted wearing red-dyed satin Brian Atwood Maniac pumps at the “I Am Number Four” premiere. The trouble is, the original white versions are perfect – especially for weddings – 5 inch, almond-toed platform pumps and are designed to catch the light. The red alteration on the material makes them look cheap in photographs. White shoe supremacy.

She Said “Acne Pixels”

If there has been one designer that influenced my shoe choices over 2010, it was Acne.

This doesn’t look like it’s going to change during 2011. These “Pixel” black leather boots are a must have. They feature a receded block 5-inch heel with a 1.5 inch platform. An almond toe, patent-leather lace-up panel across front, patent-leather stitch detail at sides and zip fastening at the back of the heel curate them to badassedness.