A Shoe-aholics Dilemma Part 4: Statement Heels

A Shoe-aholics Dilemma Part 4: Statement Heels

Finally, I have picked the final group of shoes after a lot of thought and not nearly enough red wine. I have to say that this group was the hardest one to pick, but I think I picked some great “look at me” heels to compliment Martin Grant’s “Dana” dress.

What do you think?

Product descriptions:

Martin Grant Metallic Cocktail Dress, $1,140/ Anne Michelle Woven Platform Sandals, $30/ Dsquared2 Sequin Shoe Boots, $1,975/ Vs2R Platform Heels $555/ Charlotte Olympia Feather Platform Pumps $1,615/ Casadei Satin & Rhinestone Pumps $2,400/ Dsquared2 Gold Platform Sandals $1,305/ Siren Avenge Jeweled Pumps,$190 / Nicholas Kirkwood Suede Pumps, $380

StylEnigma’s Facebook Style Maker – Items

These are some of the 100 items in the Style Maker  that you can use to create your own fashion sets on StylEnigma’s Facebook page. Come on over and give it a try. It’s addictive!

Are You Fashion Savvy? Create Fashion Sets With StylEnigma’s Stylemaker On Facebook

Create Memorable Fashion Images With StylEnigma on Facebook

A couple of weeks ago I stumbled into Polyvore and have been hooked ever since. I blame Pinterest. If you have followed the Shoe-aholics Dilemma series, you know that I have used Polyvore to create the images. I have had a blast discovering different brands, seeing how other’s are wearing the current trends, and most importantly, seeing how the fashion savvy are creating trends on their own. I have been truly inspired and revitalized with the amazing fashion sets I have seen.

The image displayed above is called “Feeling Dainty” and I created it with the Polyvore “mini editor” on StylEnigma’s Facebook page. I would have loved to have the mini-editor here, but WordPress doesn’t support the application, which is a travesty in my opinion. Thankfully, Facebook does, and I would love to see what my blog followers can come up with, seeing as many of you are fashion bloggers, or are otherwise creative creatures. I don’t consider myself to be particularly artistic, and I impressed myself creating Feeling Dainty, so I know you guys will blow me away.

Please visit my Facebook page and play with the mini editor and don’t forget to follow PLEASE!!! All images will be saved in the mini editor gallery for others to enjoy, you can pick your favorites and I can feature them here. I am excited, and I hope to see you there – and here.

A Shoe-aholics Dilemma Part 3: Peep Toe Peep Show

A Shoe-aholics Dilemma Part 3: Peep Toe Peep Show
Martin Grant’s “Dana” dress is made for peep toe pumps; the higher the better. While it is natural to stick with the navy, white, and gold colors in the dress, it is perfectly OK to kick it up a notch or two by introducing other colors into the mix. As you can see, I used a lot of red. I was feeling patriotic, and I have a lot of red shoes that have not made recent appearances.
Martin Grant leather dress / rsvp heels / Gucci open toe pumps, $595 / Alexander McQueen open toe pumps / Giuseppe Zanotti leather pumps / Promise Shoes red high heel shoes / Peeptoe shoes, $23 / Giuseppe Zanotti peeptoe shoes, $730 / Abbey Dawn platform high heel pumps

All That’s Gilded ~ Shoe-aholics Dilemma Part Two

All That's Gilded ~ Shoe-aholics Dilemma Part Two

I love metallic anything so metallic shoes make me squeal on sight. The “Dana” dress has a built-in gold leather belt, which adds to the versatility of the dress. Incorporating gold metallic shoes takes this dress from day-to-night with a few accessory changes.

Stay tuned for Parts 3 and 4 of A Shoe-aholics dilemma.

Martin Grant metallic dress / Tory Burch gladiator sandals / Giuseppe Zanotti ankle strap wedge / Giuseppe Zanotti ankle strap wedge / Yves Saint Laurent yves saint-laurent shoes / Gold heels / Wear it out

A Shoe-aholics Dilemma: 1 Versatile Dress, Too Many Shoes

A Shoe-aholics Dilemma: 1 Versatile Dres, Too Many Shoes

A Shoe-aholics Dilemma: 1 Versatile Dress, Too Many Shoes by stylenigma featuring blue platform pumps

My first thought when I saw the “Dana” dress by designer Martin Grant was it’s versatility. Any woman could “make it work” with her own personal style. Being a shoe-aholic, I thought it would be fun to pick different shoe styles that would compliment the dress. See if you agree.

Weekend Getaway

Uh oh, I decided to play with Polyvore. Big mistake. Huge.

Weekend Getaway

Open front cardigan, $51 / Dorothy Perkins / Rocket Dog shoes / Crochet tote