I was in my favorite Mexican restaurant the other night, visiting with Steven, one of my favorite young men, when I noticed his fabulous winged shoes! I asked him about the embellishment on them, and he said he’d sewn
I regularly leaf through the pages of fashion magazines to see the latest in shoes, looking for designs I might want to adapt to my own use. My favorite magazine for this purpose is Elle, because they seem to show
I have a thing about high-top and low-top sneakers. I really like to wear them — they make me feel like a kid again — and they are great to paint and embellish. The Lumiere paints I recommend for use
I took a trip to Santa Cruz recently, a very hip and happening college town about three hours north of where I live in Morro Bay. Santa Cruz has a lot to answer for: It’s what made me
When I first got excited about DIY shoe design, I tagged along on a trip to Southern California that a dear artist friend was taking to attend an altered book workshop. My destination was the very upscale mall, the South Coast Plaza in Cost Mesa.
Sassy Feet! had a booth at the Santa Clara Valley Quilt Association’s Garden Party Quilt Show earlier in the month, April 3rd & 4th. It was decked out with shoes, purses, books, and products. The Sassy Store on
Given the name of this blog, I probably ought to talk about this glitter thing. Now,I’m not normally a glitter girl. I’m not glitzy or glamorous. I don’t wear diamonds (my engagement ring has sapphires and garnet). But I find
I’ve been working on going Steve Madden one better. His shoes are fabulous and my first chance to mess with his work came when I got an email on a huge sale he was having. (I’m not about to experiment