Knowing that you might not be in the mind frame or looking for a boat shoe this season, and that in fact, you might be looking for a heel, and one say, around $100, then you need to get over to the store take a gander at Seychelles newest summer heel, the “Hoot” ($108). We think it would look great with the season’s approaching maxi dresses or even some ankle-length skirts. In a soft cream or black, either or will go with anything. So a $100 sandal that has some height and some studs, AND goes with anything? Well, that’s jut how Seychelles does it, and that’s why we’re always sure to carry something in stock from them. They do sandals right.
It’s definitely and officially holiday shopping season, so why not, pick out something for yourself while shopping for others, and reward yourself for a hard working 2010 year? We think you should! And why not with a pair of heels ladies? We know you’re still hunting and scouring for the fun heel for parties, so our Seychelles “Little Owl” just might do the trick. Only $90, yes the price is for real, the “Little Owl” is cute heel with lots of texture going on. The silver leather and navy blue suede combine to give the peep-toe heel lots of pizazz. Put it with some cute grey or black tights and the party will be happening around you this year. Give it a lil’ back to yourself while giving to others, you deserve it!
Just in case you’re still looking for that perfect holiday party shoe, we’ve received some cute new pairs from Seychelles that are just the right price ($90). Appropriately named perhaps for your New Year’s Eve parties is the “Countdown” heel with soft cushioning on the sole, the multi-colored leather heel one of those fun choices that will get people looking down at your feet. We have a cute coral and gold combo or a savvy grey and silver color combo. Kick up your feet when the clock strikes midnight with the Countdown heels!
4″ heel, whoa. Rivet detailing, double whoa. Wooden platform, oh my. Black leather, oh yeah. We’re only describing the new Seychelles heel to hit the store–”Cloak and Dagger” for $120. Slip it on with tights, put it on with jeans, make it the new black heel for Fall. Or make it the new shoe for holiday parties, we’re going to be giving you a lot of choices in the upcoming weeks for holiday shoes, so why not go for “Cloak and Dagger”? Not super glitzy, but not too typical. Just the right amount of shoe details.
Everyone wants some bling in their life–face it and just admit it. Why not look for some to wear on the feet? Nothing like a gold oxford to add a lil’ flair to the foot, and Seychelles has a cute lil’ toe tapper for this purpose: the Mercury. Always placed within their @$100 purchase price, the gold suede leather might just make you want to do some jazz dancing or sweet stepping of your own. Go big and go bling, it’s definitely some worth wearing.
More Seychelles at Shoe Market is comin’ at ya! Just last week we got in the “She’s On the Move” (isn’t Seychelles just so clever with their names? har, har!) and over the weekend it seemed to be a popular sandal to slip on and try, probably because it’s only $100, a manageable heel height and just the right color of brown to go with everything. It’s another Seychelles crowd pleaser for the second half of the summer.
You want an easy, simple sandal choice for under $100? We do, too, always. That’s why we stocked Seychelles’ “Liz” sandal with just the right amount of height in a simple black and a fun canary yellow. With a patent shine to it and a snake pattern that is subtle, it’s simple, it’s easy ( only $90), and we’ll always go for something easy in the footwear department. Thanks Seychelles for not forgetting about fashion footwear even half way through the summer.
We all had the urge as a child to want to climb aboard and ride around on a carousel. Once you break through the line holding gates, you run as fast as you can to pick out the favorite colored pony or the favorite animal you MUST get for the coveted lazy circle ride. My carousel nostalgia is one from the 80s at Kings Island featuring many of the Hanna Barbera characters. I have no distinct memory of my favorite character, but I do remember loving the feeling of sitting up high and tall. Long gone are the carousel rides, and now us ladies all grown up seem to want different things, accessories that make us feel tall like shoes. While the Seychelles “Carousel” isn’t going to give you any actual height, since it only has an inch heel to its name, it will give you and your summer some fun, just like the ol’ carousel days. As far as carousel ride prices go, the sandal is compared to that is steep, but compared to sandal prices it’s one hot bargain–just $80. Now here’s a thought: get yourself a pair of these sandals and wear them on your next carousel ride–there’s one just waiting a subway ride away (Central Park, wink wink).
We saved the cutest for last in this Seychelles series and for this “Feel Good Friday.” Now don’t get bogged down with the name of this sandal, “Trip the Light Fantastic.” First and foremost, move beyond all the words that could get jumbled and mumbled together. Let’s concentrate on everything else that this sandal has to offer: 1) The peep-toe that’s not too shy and not too loud for your toes. 2) The under $100 price–only $90. 3) The two colors of standard black and canary yellow, both colors you can pair of with many outfits for the upcoming season. 4) The cut-outs that help to make this sandal a bit more interesting and that saves it from being just “another cute sandal.” 5) The T-strap, a detail that adds cutesy flair while elongating the foot. 6) Last but not least, the manageable heel height of only 2″. It’s a sandal you will need for your next summer wedding, a sandal you’ll wear on your next warm vacation, and a sandal you’ll want to pair with your next and new favorite spring/summer dress. A true testament to a worthy sandal buy: How much has it got goin’ on and how much can you use it? This heeled sandal has a lot going on and can be utilized to the max. Forget about the name, just come looking for the peep-toe, t-strap, cut-out, small-heeled Seychelles next time you’re around the store.
Clogs, clogs, clogs. If you’re already tired of the word, you best buck up. Because this trend is sure to be around for another couple seasons, and we’re pretty giddy ourselves that the “clunky” wooden shoe is now back in the spotlight. In our second series for our newest Seychelles styles, the “Care to Dance” (is no doubt a funny name for a shoe that you wouldn’t associate with groovin’ and dancin’ the night away) is helping to add to all the clog styles you might see clogging up the shelf. We were selective though, and only chose a select few clog styles to sell, and this one made the shelf because of its cute lil’ knot details and its tapered heel. The heel might seem intimidating, but that’s only because you forget about the built-in platform. The built-in platform helps the 4″ tapered heel in balance and structure. Fairly simple in its design, “Care to Dance” only adds a few knots for detail and leaves the rest to the shape of the shoe. A clog is a clog, and you can try to dress it up all you want, but going back to basics means sticking with that wooden heel and half foot coverage. Typical to Seychelles’ price point, the clog is only $105, totally reasonable and totally back on track with the clog trend. Don’t count out the clog yet folks.