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Fashion Week: Rockin’ Footwear

If there is one book series that can be used for references, it’s Harry Potter. This series literally has scenarios that apply to every life issue. So, remember the scene where Luna’s shoes disappear and she is barefoot? Then they reappear and we see a pair of old converse dangling from the rafters? Ok, well if you did not remember, now you do. Anyways, my point is that shoes are important. This was probably not the best introduction, bridge, attention grabber, or maybe it was. But in all honesty, if there is one accessory that everybody should have, especially when attending the classiest boarding school of all time (Hogwarts…), it should be a fantastic pair of shoes. Wedges. Pumps. Stilettos. Flats. Combat Boots. Ankle Boots. Platforms. You get it. Let’s be honest, it is ultimately the shoe that can make or break the outfit. For men and women alike, a bad shoe choice is 1. obvious, 2. painful to look at, 3. JUST CHOOSE WISELY. That right there is my best advice. But in all actuality, a killer outfit is dependent upon the type of shoe featured. It can be dressed up or dressed down immediately. Obviously at Fashion Week, it is a must to have a rockin’ pair of footwear. These are just a fraction, a small idea as you will, of the type of shoes I saw during my half hour stay at Lincoln Center. It gives you a little taste of all the styles that are “in” currently: the contemporary, artsy pump, the printed shoe (also that style is H-O-T HOT right now), the classic wedge with a sexy twist, the chic stiletto, and last but not least, the platform sandal. The platform sandal. I repeated that for a reason. Professors always say that if an author/writer has repeated a certain idea numerous times,  it is pretty damn important. Well ladies and gentlemen, I have found that the current “in” footwear is the platform sandal. It’s a big deal. They’re everywhere. So here’s a suggestion: hop on “Platform” 9 3/4 to the closest shoe store and conjure yourself up a pair of these magical sandals.fashionweek2If there is one book series that can be used for references, it’s Harry Potter. This series literally has scenarios that apply to every life issue. So, remember the scene where Luna’s shoes disappear and she is barefoot? Then they reappear and we see a pair of old converse dangling from the rafters? Ok, well if you did not remember, now you do. Anyways, my point is that shoes are important. This was probably not the best introduction, bridge, attention grabber, or maybe it was. But in all honesty, if there is one accessory that everybody should have, especially when attending the classiest boarding school of all time (Hogwarts…), it should be a fantastic pair of shoes. Wedges. Pumps. Stilettos. Flats. Combat Boots. Ankle Boots. Platforms. You get it. Let’s be honest, it is ultimately the shoe that can make or break the outfit. For men and women alike, a bad shoe choice is 1. obvious, 2. painful to look at, 3. JUST CHOOSE WISELY. That right there is my best advice. But in all actuality, a killer outfit is dependent upon the type of shoe featured. It can be dressed up or dressed down immediately. Obviously at Fashion Week, it is a must to have a rockin’ pair of footwear. These are just a fraction, a small idea as you will, of the type of shoes I saw during my half hour stay at Lincoln Center. It gives you a little taste of all the styles that are “in” currently: the contemporary, artsy pump, the printed shoe (also that style is H-O-T HOT right now), the classic wedge with a sexy twist, the chic stiletto, and last but not least, the platform sandal. The platform sandal. I repeated that for a reason. Professors always say that if an author/writer has repeated a certain idea numerous times,  it is pretty damn important. Well ladies and gentlemen, I have found that the current “in” footwear is the platform sandal. It’s a big deal. They’re everywhere. So here’s a suggestion: hop on “Platform” 9 3/4 to the closest shoe store and conjure yourself up a pair of these magical sandals.

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