She Said “Blades”

Monsieur Steve Madden can think of some relatively crazy shoes. These buckle heels are no different.

The buckles remind me of my old roller blades, but there is a certain appeal to these heels. The patent leather is perfect in the three primary shades. The pink peep toe is a different and a cute little addition. The greens mixed in by way of the straps are parfait. The nail shaped studs, the mesh and different buckle types give these – otherwise super cute – heels a tough exterior. They even look mildly comfortable with the cushion back and strap. I wouldn’t suggest these for everyone, but if you’re looking for something different and flashy, these heels are exactly what you need. And for Steve Madden prices, who could say no?
Steven Madden Buckles

She Said “Naina”

Under £100 for designer-quality shoes? I’ll take ten, please and thank you.

These babies have the kind of design that make matchy-matchy look chic. With some lightweight nude trousers and a simple blue tank, you have an effortless summer look. Would you believe these “Naina” 5 and a half inch heels are made by Bebe? Serious. Man made leather upper with cork vamp, heel cup and a 1 inch platform. Perfection.

She Said “Lanvin for H&M”

Today, the internet has been blowing up with the official reveal of the Lanvin collaboration with H&M.

Though designer Alber Elbaz‘s collection has a total of 72 pieces (including menswear and accessories), the shoes are obviously the key to my heart. Though the quality isn’t Lanvin-standard, they are still pretty impeccable and are hugely inspired from previous popular designs.

Best part? They are only £69.99. That’s essentially couture design for under £100. I’m hyperventilating.