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While we’re not sure who Jake is choosing, after last night’s home dates, it’s clear who our front runners are for favorite bachelorette style! Tenley is romantic and girly, and her ultra-sweet demeanor shines out with her smile and style as well. Gia (our personal fave) has simple, but certain, sex appeal in anything from a plain white tank and jeans to a sultry red dress. She’s super hot, but that comes in second to her genuine personality and all-around good heart. While we can’t promise Jake’s love, we can promise them true love with these picks that we think match their unique styles!

If you’re more of a Tenley, try the Mariah with a floral or patterned wrap-dress:

 

If you’re a Gia, pair the Kimball with skinny jeans, a fitted tee and a wrap coat:

February 9, 2010
I came across this picture, and while I’m not entirely sure when it originated, I am absolutely positive that I kind of love it now. (Glowing review, I know!) But seriously; looks that combine vintage or super-casual flare with nouveau edge are some of my current favorites. Maybe you’re not ready to flaunt your heather gray sweats in public with a modern shootie, but there are definitely other ways to refine ‘relaxed’ style into ‘clean-cut chic’. The contrast is what makes it work! Liquid leggings and a blousy sweatshirt; yes! A corset top with high-wasted, flared denim; yes! A mini skirt with an over sized blazer; done! As we move fashion forward, don’t be afraid to incorporate blasts from the past. After all, an educated homage is oh-so-modern!
February 9, 2010

I absolutely love the Coco and ordered them for my selection this month. My question is: what do I wear with them? Please help me get in style!

Carrie, Albany, NY

February 8, 2010

I am in love with how platform pumps look but I am horrible when it comes to heels. I am so envious when I see girls strutting around in those pumps and they look so comfortable! Are there any tips on how to make them more comfortable?

Radhika, Cincinnati, OH

February 6, 2010

Today is National Wear Red Day® and we’re celebrating here at ShoeDazzle®! We’re wearing our red, eating some heart healthy snacks and of course, introducing the Wynn deVelle pump to all our members to benefit WomenHeart. Wondering how to wear the bold hue? We thought we’d give you a few tips, so you could join us in supporting the 42 million American women living with or at risk for heart disease!

  • Make any outfit pop by wearing red accessories like jewelry, a great clutch or shoes
  • Pair a red tank or blouse with tailored black pants or jeans and a black jacket
  • Shine in a deep red cocktail dress. Complete the look with black or amethyst accessories.
  • Use a red trench coat as the focal point of your outfit
  • Show off your smile with red lipstick!
  • Remember that red comes in a variety of shades for a variety of styles and skin tones: try burgundy, ruby, maroon, coral, rust, rose, wine, raspberry, scarlet, or, of course, the infallible bright red.
February 6, 2010

Let your date take care of the flowers! Yes; there are some gorgeous winter floral prints out there this season. But where does ‘apropos’ wither into ‘predictable’? If spicing things up is your idea of romance, show your Valentine some tough love next weekend with a stunningly studded date outfit. Of course, you’ll want to keep it flirty with pieces that feature ruching or super-girly silhouettes. Studs are built-in bling, so keep your actual jewelry simple and minimal. Kiss conventional, cutesy style goodbye with a high-gloss lipstick, and surprise your admirer with an unexpected look as sharp as Cupid’s arrow!

Thank you to everyone who came out to see Kim at the ShoeDazzle® kiosk last Friday! Congratulations to the ten people who received a pair of shoes! We know how long you waited and hope you love them! If you think you took a great picture with Kim that day, we’d love to see! Send your pics to TheCorner@ShoeDazzle.com for a chance to be featured on the blog.

February 5, 2010

My goal for 2010 is to create a style that reflects my personality. My look has been stuck in college-casual mode for 10 years. I’m over it! Where do I start?

Natalie M., Toronto, Canada