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

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

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.