Flirty And Bold DIY Pom Pom Heels

Flirty And Bold DIY Pom Pom Heels
Pompom heels are super cute! Wanna make a pair? Prepare white strappy heels, leather straps 2 x 1m, colorful yarn, a fork, scissors and superglue. First make some small, colorful pompoms. Use a fork, yarn and scissors for that and go for various colors. The ankle strap every shoe: bend the straps several times and... 
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17 Chic Ways To Rock Fashionable Lucite Heels

17 Chic Ways To Rock Fashionable Lucite Heels
Lucite heels are now everywhere! Many fashion designers include them in their collections and of course this season lucite heels are very popular among fashionistas and street stylers. They boldly combine them with casual, office or festive clothes. So you should try them too! Pair them with any jeans types (skinny, boyfriend or cuffed ones) and... 
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19 Trendy Creeper Flatform Sandals To Live In All Summer Long

19 Trendy Creeper Flatform Sandals To Live In All Summer Long
Summer is sooner than we think, so it’s time to start getting ready to the hottest season already! Puzzling over which trends have a chance to adapt to your summer wardrobe? Well, as for the shoes, you should definitely consider buying some flatform creepers instead of typical Grecian sandals that are stuffed on edge. They’re... 
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Lovely DIY No Sew Embroidered Loafers

Lovely DIY No Sew Embroidered Loafers
Need a pair of lovely loafers for this spring? Prepare loafers, patches, E6000 glue, clothespins, a toothpick + paper plate/scrap of wax paper. Lay out your patches to figure out which ones you want to use and to ensure they fit on the loafer. Figure out where you want them to be placed so you’re... 
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DIY Jeffrey Campbell Inspired Alphabet Shoes

DIY Jeffrey Campbell Inspired Alphabet Shoes
You don’t need too much time and special skills to realize this project, but you’ll get an original and awesome pair of shoes! You’ll need shoes, heavy-duty pliers, metallic spray paint, cardboard, plastic letter charms, strong craft glue, toothpick or spare sewing needle and rubber gloves. Let’s start! Using the cutter portion of the pliers, snip... 
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