Marvelous Mule Shoe Trends

Written by Kaycee Hale
June 2nd, 2014

Footwear designs continue to expand in the comfortable-yet-chic category. A fashion favorite that has long been a staple and is having a serious comeback this season is the mule. The marvelous mule. Simply put, a mule is a backless shoe, often–but not always–with a closed toe. Believe it or not, high-heeled mules were a popular [...]

Shoe Trends In The Mid-Heel Range

Written by Kaycee Hale
May 14th, 2014

Sexy stiletto shoe designs will always be in fashion, but this season mid-heel footwear is all the rage. Whether you choose pretty, colorful kitten heels or flatforms or blocked heels or wedges, the selections online and in the stores are incredible. Kitten Heel.  Johnston & Murphy Anita bow kitten heel. This natty houndstooth takes the [...]

Shoe Brands That Make A Difference

Written by Kaycee Hale
April 7th, 2014

Footwear designs make a difference to all of us fashionistas who just can’t get enough of these fabulous fashion accessories. Shoe designs beckon us every fashion season with their stylish silhouettes, trendy colors, and unusual fabrications. Now, let’s add to that shoe brands that make an even bigger difference with their community involvement actions. The [...]

DIY Design It Yourself Shoes

Written by Kaycee Hale
March 24th, 2014

How often have we lamented over not being able to find just the right pair of shoes, boots, heels, sandals, wedges, sling-backs, etc., etc., etc.? “All too often”…, I can hear you muttering. Or once the find that perfect fashionable footwear design, the sticker shock makes us absolutely apoplectic. Well, never again will we fashionistas [...]

Boots and Booties for Big Girls

Written by Kaycee Hale
March 17th, 2014

I recently received an email from one of my “big and beautiful” shoe shopping readers. Ah shucks; it was a complaint about one of my recent shoe design posts about footwear-related, knee high boots and foot-hugging short booties. This footwear fanatic was diplomatically polite in her first paragraph. And then — … oh my shoe-blogging goodness! [...]