She Said “Snakeskin Colourblock”

Be the beholder of every eye in these B Brian Atwood snakeskin colourblock pumps. Immaculate shades of fuchsia, teal and red come together in perfect unison to create one beautiful pump.

The fuchsia snakeskin upper is amazingly cohesive with the rest of the leopard print shoe. A 5.5-inch heel is covered in teal leopard print, while the red leopard print snakeskin island platform gives another 1-inch boost. To tie the look together the pump is trimmed out in natural leopard print which also includes a leopard print sole. If you are looking for a fabulous transition-into-fall piece, look no further than this colourblock masterpiece.

She Said “Dareah”

The classic pump sports quite a few twists these days. Just take a look at these Betsey Johnson “Dareah” pumps.

The same pump shape we all know and love, but a tad more audacious. The upper works a beautiful blue suede that peeks into a leopard print lining which is lightly cushioned. Need a little drama in your pumps, mes chèrs? The teal platform, measuring at 1.25-inches, with a touch of lace adds just enough dazzle to your look. A black patent heel measuring 5-inches, completes the look. As if these shoes weren’t darling enough, the sole is beautifully crafted with the Betsey Johnson signature. The Dareah comes in two other different shades (the nude and pink being another favourite!). A perfect staple shoe to have in your closet.

She Said “Doubled Platform”

I am all for wearing an enormous heel to make me seem taller than usual.

This Bridge Over Doubled Platform from Modcloth by Jeffrey Campbell, however, might make a better decoration than actual shoe. The upper is leather and exceptionally beautiful with the mixture of red, cognac, and teal. The platform and the heel, measuring 5.75 inches, are well designed, but it is the extra platform (another 2.25 inches!) that throws the look off. The missing arch support also makes me skeptical and wondering if it is possible to actually walk in such a shoe. Perhaps a wedge heel would have better suited the look, n’est-ce pas?