Thursday, April 5th, 2012

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5 thoughts on “Sponsored Post: Style Counsel Presented by Marshalls

  1. Steph

    A Marshall’s just opened up next door to me (I’m in Ottawa, Canada) so I’m excited to go check it out when I have some money! Or a gift card 😉

  2. Futuralon

    I have red patent flats and get compliments on them no matter what i wear them with – jeans, a blue dress, etc. But the essential flat to have is black. I think the problem most people make when filling out their shoe collection is relying too much on heels. When do you want to look cute? On walking/daytime dates? Then a medium wedge is probably as heel-like as you should go.
    I swore off heels a few years back. Got married in ballet flats. Flats, sneakers, and boring shoes are my staple foundation. Loud accessories like scarves and purses are where I snazz up an outfit. :)

  3. Lisa

    The red heels are gorgeous, but I’m not sure I could walk in them! I usually keep my eye on a pair of shoes that I want until they go on sale. I got my favorite boots for less than half price that way!

  4. maritza

    I always buy my shoes at marshall’s or ross or even TJ Maxxx the prices are sooo good such steals! I’ve never paid retail/MSRP price for any heels that I own!!

  5. CupK8

    Shoes are typically a nightmare for me. I’ve started to learn what my oddly-shaped feet will fit in, but I also have weak knees and hip issues, which makes wearing heels a pain sometimes. I often have to wage a battle within myself between price, style, and comfort.

    The problem is I do LOVE a sexy pair of heels. The two or three pairs I own have gotten me through years. I love to browse the shoe section and try on everything. <3

    I'm going to be investing in more flats this summer, though. They won't make me feel as sexy, but I'll be able to walk.