the study of black peep toe pumps

3 Nov

Black leather, suede and faux croc peep-toe pumps by Amanda Smith with cut-out detail on the toe and a 4-inch heel.  These classic pumps have been worn year after year and I am both surprised and delighted with how well they’ve held up.  I love the mix of suede and leathers and the cute cut outs on the toe.  There is something to be said for owning a no-frill pair of classic black heels; but there is more to say about owning a pair that are a oustanding.  These fit into the latter category; at least they do in my closet.

Toe Nail Polish: Alice in Wonderland, Thanks so Muchness by O.P.I.
(Admittedly, I bought this bottle of polish simply for the color name.)

5 Responses to “the study of black peep toe pumps”

  1. Sparkle November 3, 2010 at 7:31 am #

    Oh oh oh … I love these. They are gorgeous! Love the mix of fabric, the cut outs, the croc … they are delightful! I live by the motto that every pair of shoes should make a statement ;) Though I do have “no frill, classic, everyday pumps” too.

  2. Briana Shipley November 3, 2010 at 9:40 am #

    I LOVE these! Also, I would have totally bought that toe nail color just for the name too :)

  3. Elizabeth November 3, 2010 at 7:52 pm #


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