10 timeless shoes – get them now (1)


Great design is eliminating all unnecessary details.

Oh my gosh! When it comes to selecting my shoes, nothing easier. Pick eclectic or pick classic and win your fashion statement maker little star. I am luxury design shoes lover! Or at least I love to admire what designers create and to imagine how I would wear these creations on real life’s catwalk, but hey – I am not a millionaire at all, hence I bring into my wardrobe iconic design inspired shoes instead. If you are a fan too and already turned the web and the department stores upside down trying to find your affordable ones, I am excited to release THE SHOE GUIDE – direct sources pointed out!


Shoes are a never ending story as they come in such a variety of colors, patterns, heels and styles that the well known rule ‘A woman can never have enough shoes’ always becomes a rule for the fashionista inside you. I plead guilty myself: I even made a list in Excel containing all styles, seasons, heels and shades I would love to have in my collection and I am planning to get the items checked one by one in 2017. Let’s say I just discovered my first 2017 New Year resolution. I think my blog is aimed to become a shoe passion website.

For this guide I prepared a 10 awesome designer shoes list. What can I tell you about it before starting the fun? These pairs I’m going to show you are timeless design, classy, respond to various styling needs and personal styles and are so feminine and seductive! All statement being clear, let’s plunge into the first part of this ocean of fantastic shoes.



Designed by Maison Roger Vivier in the 1960s and made famous by Catherine Deneuve in the film ‘Belle du jour’, this simple black design with silver buckles passes the time test and has the power of making your outfit memorable. Find yours at best price (under 40 eur) here.



Catherine Deneuve wears Roger Vivier’s pilgrim pumps. Photo by courtesy of




These velvet silver bow flats imagined for the actual collection by Italian designer Giuseppe Zanotti are your ticket to the painless elegance. Wear them with your last clean white T-shirt and ripped jeans and yet look glamorous. Find yours and even choose your custom design here.



Made famous by the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton, these nude heels are a fashionista’s wardrobe queens. Nude shoes are always welcome no matter the style they come in: heels, flats, sandals etc. Instantly boost your office outfit with a pair of those or choose to wear them with your wedding outfit and make a style statement by refusing to be just another wedding attendee who doesn’t ever know where to stop when choosing her attire. These nude heels are so easy to wear, not to tell you that your feet will look longer and thinner. Get your pair under 25 eur here and here.





A British affair. The black wedges are not just practical as their are royal and iconic. Thank you, Caherine Middleton! The Duchess choose to wear a pair of L.K. BENNETT black wedges the day after her wedding to Prince William and lights wew instantly put on this style. Women immediately identified themselves to the comfy and classic style and sales of the new icon shoe boost in a matter of hours. Why not to have yours? Cozy, simple, royal and chic. Get an incredible affordable pair here. I already got mine!



Imagined by Valentino creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli in 2010, the rockstud pumps are still the hit. What’s amazing about them is the contrast between ladylike and bad girl style translated in a classic stiletto with a consistent touch of toughness: straps and lots of studs. Like the nude shoe, this pattern is also subject of multiple forms and styles: high heel, kitten heel, flats..I would like them all! Get your afforadble high heels here or kitten heel style here.

I guess you already started your Excel list? More to come in the second part of this article – 5 more stunning shoes, soon on Fashion in a Box.

Hope you enjoyed!



♦ Photos from designers’ official sites ♦

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