As most long time readers know, we LOOOOOVE glitter. The problem with most glitter, as we all know, is that 99% of the time it sloughs off whatever it’s applied to and becomes a permanent element embedded in our carpets
It wasn’t a sophisticated Frenchman, an outrageous Englishwoman, or a sexy Italian shoe designer who brought sky-high, crazily decorated wooden platforms to America’s glam rock crowd in the 1970s. It was a
Margot and I always look forward to the first weekend in August. It's a lot of work, but the reward surpasses the energy expended. We get to teach eager costumers, feast our eyes on all manner of expertly sewn costumes,
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I just got an email from a shoe-painting enthusiast (also named Margot!) who wanted to know where we are teaching classes this year,
Ever since designers have been designing, they have been using pin and inspiration boards to get their creative juices flowing. They scrounge, cut, and clip all kinds of images that they think will provide ideas for their own style, innovation
Every so often Margot and I get emails from Sassy Feet fans all over the world with pictures of their imaginative creations. This, personally, is one of my favorite things about being a part of the Sassy Feet team. Wild
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
We thought you’d like a peek at some of the shoes created by the wonderfully creative souls who took our class at Costume College earlier this month.
First, though, I must confess that although we got some good shoe shots, we
Okay, we have now recovered from our wonderful trip to Costume College in Los Angeles, and it’s time to share photos of the imaginative shoes and bags that our talented followers have sent in since our last fans’ roundup.
In our last installment (for now) of Costume College creations, Margot and I bring you shoes from the future! We wanted to tackle the sci-fi genre in one of our creations, and that made me think of the 1960’s —