I was browsing through InStyle’s August 2013 Issue and found myself glued to their fall shoe guide. Many, many glossy pages full of shoe lovers’ eye candy. But, as I turned pages and salivated, I also found myself thinking “We’ve
My last blog was all about my crazy-birthday-stash-grab-a-thon gift from my creative partner-in-crime, Margot. I skipped away with an overflowing amount of booty, which included some hand-crafted, stacked embellishments we made for embellishing shoes and handbags. We would take them
Most of you already know that Margot started this craft in 2006. I wasn’t there at the beginning. In 2007, as a birthday gift, Margot invited me over to show me how to create a pair of shoes. I brought
I bought this pair of beautiful Steve Madden suede slingbacks a couple of years ago when I was still fooling myself that I still could walk in high heels…. Turns out, Destiny is the only high-heel diva at Sassy Feet!
Margot and I always like to see what’s trending in the shoe world. Obviously spiked, studded, and GLITTERED are currently king, well maybe queen. You know what I mean! Personally,I love the glitter. I’m not sure what it is about glitter
I know that isn’t the most fascinating shoe you’ve seen all year, but hey, you try to find a New Year’s greeting that’s no longer under copyright AND has a shoe in it!
Today, besides wishing you a richly creative and
Here’s the next installment of our adventures getting ready for Costume College 2012 in Woodland Hills, CA (set for August 4-5). Having done men’s shoes from the 1920s, we decided to do women’s shoes from that era as well.
It may be May, but where I live — on the central coast of California — not every day is sandal weather yet. Which is why I raided my local Payless store recently and scored two pairs of black canvas
Her name is Ellen, and she’s a hoot! She also LOVES hightops. So it was a no-brainer for Destiny and I to decide to create some custom hightops for her.
We knew she loved blue, so we went to her site