You must check out latest from Jeffrey Campbell

May 17, 2011

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Kick off those lame flat sandals from last season and shift it into high gear with these ‘off the beaten path’ shoes from Jeffrey Campbell. With unique styles, colors and textural combination’s, Jeffrey Campbell has once again raised the bar. Footwear this season is all about stopping people in their tracks and getting them to ask you “where did you get those shoes?!”

Turn heads in the All-Caps platform wedge sandal. Stripes of bright yellow, sea foam green, red and white pop against the cobalt blue backdrop. Eight straps with vintage buckles race up the front of the shoe while an easy-off zipper slides down the back. Pair these strikingly bright sandals with patterned pieces for an urban pop or make them the focal point by pairing them with an all-white outfit.

Take an unexpected lift from the Virgo, a mash-up of a mule and an espadrille. Choose between luggage brown leather and natural tweed burlap. Both get there espadrille genes from the braided natural jute that trims the platform and wedge. Accomplish an effortlessly stylish look this season with the slip-on, mule-like design. Don’t hide these babies underneath a maxi dress, instead show them off with high-waisted shorts or cropped pants.

Get in touch with your Grecian side by buckling up the Turnin sandal. The sandal features the forever-loved gladiator silhouette atop a boxy wedge and platform. Accentuate your golden tan by wearing the ivory leather pair with flirty floral dresses and bohemian tunics. The black leather pair with deep chocolate suede wedge adds an edgy feel to evening looks; try them will army green skinnies and a leather jacket.

However you choose to rock these extraordinary sandals is your choice but we just ask you to ditch those unflattering flips flops. Don’t be afraid to add some height, color and texture to your everyday looks. These sandals from Jeffrey Campell will breathe new light into our ordinary ensembles this summer and for summers to come!

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