Hey everyone! I’m excited to share these booties with you and tell you all about this amazing company called Shoes of Prey (Read to the end for a special code!) Have you seen a pair of shoes and wished they carried them in your size, or in a particular colour or in your price range? Well that happens to me all the time and it can be so frustrating. Since I am a jolly green giant and wear a larger shoe size, I feel that cute shoes are always harder to find and there is never a wide enough selection, especially since not all brands carry a US size 11.
On location photography taken by Luisa’s Secret
I have discovered a company where finding cute shoes in my size is not a problem! Shoes of Prey is an amazing company with a very unique concept-custom make your shoes at non luxury prices. You can design your unique shoes to your own personal taste and even better up to sizes US 15/UK 12.5/EUR 48. I am not big on labels…just style, so if brand ran out of my size, I could always try to remake that same shoe with Shoes of Prey. If I see a cute pair of pumps but need it in a different shade of green or in a different texture perhaps for a wedding bridal party, I can now design it. If I want to attend an event, stand out and have a show-stopping shoe, I can design it so that is exactly what I did!One thing that you may have noticed about my fashion is that I love mixing colours. Things don’t always have to be so matchy-matchy for me! My favourite colour is purple, but I didn’t want to necessarily have a purple shoe. So I began to look at the blue colour palette and found blue in velvet material. I knew that I definitely wanted to mix textures together and so I settled on a snakeskin for the accent streak. For the heel, I chose pink to bring out the pinks in the snakeskin. I ended up designing two pairs of booties, but settled on these babies because I could rock them in the springtime when transitioning my wardrobe.
The Design Studio
Shoes of Prey has made designing your pair of shoes so simple – its not complicated at all. You can design a pair of heels, sandals, pumps, boots, flats and sneakers and each of these categories has a variety of designs to choose from. So if you want to design a pair of sandals, there are so many styles to choose from. Another great feature is that pretty much every part of the shoe can be customised – heel shape, heel height, strap, toe, zipper, sole, lining…
You can make your shoe as unique as you like. When choosing colours, there is a suggestion area that would recommend a particular material/colour that goes well with your current choice. That can be helpful and for my heel, I did use their suggestion which was a velvet pink heel versus a leather pink heel.
One of the things that I love about the design studio is the favourites button and I now have a collection of shoe designs saved to my favourites! As you play with colours, materials and features, you can save that particular version and keep editing and save more versions without having to start over from scratch. As you are building your shoe, you see a realistic 3D preview of the shoe that you are creating. I was worried that what I saw on screen would be different in person, but upon delivery, it was EXACTLY how it appeared on screen! I was soo happy!
Shoes of Prey is going to be my new BFF and you should definitely check them out! You can use my code FFFIERCE to get free inscription in the inside of your shoe worth $49 where you can put your name, a fun quote or like me, my blog name! Please be sure to read the terms & conditions of getting inscriptions on your shoes and how it affects returns/refunds. However, they have an awesome return policy! They will allow you to return unworn shoes up to 365 days from the date of delivery! So begin designing your creation today!
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