Thursday, October 6, 2011

A Shoe-In

We’ve noticed a welcome change at Lacoste shoe shops, with styles that are geared towards a more polished and feminine look. Think Audrey Hepburn and the ‘50s era, and you’ve got ballet flats, loafers and peep-toe wedges dominating the store.

All branded with the signature croc logo, these shoe models have kept the casual and comfy vibe of the shoe line. I'm liking the Quenza design, a slim and pointy toe pair of flats that comes with lace-up details that’s a mix of urban chic. The white-colored rubber sole makes it an interesting piece, too!

Another pair that I'm eyeing are their slip-on loafers called the Concours, which comes in suede materials in colors blue and gray. Perfect for walking all day long, and even for driving (with its rubber driver sole), this androgynous pair gives adds a tomboyish flair to your outfit.

Other pairs that you should watch out for are the Calavante—a fabric-colored wedge made of brushed cotton that comes in bright hues to cheer you up. 

Another addition to the loafer style is the Courcelle 2. With its tassel tongue detail and delicate leather lace bow, this tan full-grain leather is the perfect accompaniment to your daily walks.

I personally think flats are back in fashion, and what Lacoste has affordable styles for you to choose from.  Don't you agree? :)

1 comment:

Tsinoy Foodies said...

I've always loved my lacoste shoes they're so comfty. I'm glad they now have more feminine designs =)


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