Matches Sale Special Sale

Ok so it’s seriously time to get to the sale at and pick out some last minute summer shoes. Pick from a glorious array of flats, wedges and super heels. Which ones will you pick? My fave are the Sam Edelman sandals. Don’t delay!

Pictured clockwise from top right: Diane Von Furstenberg Tairona flip-flops, Vionnet beaded sandals, Belle by Sigerson Morrison Randy sandals, Camilla Skovgaard woven leather sandals, Tory Burch Casey flat sandals, Yves Saint Laurent Saint Malo wedges and Sam Edelman Gigi flat sandals.

Images courtesy of Matches

House of Harlow 1960 Summer Flats

House of Harlow

I love these House of Harlow 1960 Killan summer flats. Perfect for hanging around the city, pedaling on a bike to the farmers market, dancing at a festival, heading for a picnic in the park… You get the drift!

House of Harlow 1960 is the accessories collection from star/style girl Nicole Richie, focusing on inspiration from the 1960-70’s. So it’s all about the happy vibe. Roll on summer 2012.

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Sam Edelman Shoes at

Sam Edelman Shoes

Loving the Lorissa Spike shoe by Sam Edelman, available at Sam Edelman knows how to create a show stopping shoe, and this is it.

Worn by celebrities and style junkies alike, this shoe will take you from plain jane to rock chic vixen without even a backward glance.  Shown here in truffle, the shoe is also available in black (£180).

Team it up with other style staples from, such as the Ian R.N. leather and fleece dress (£370) for instant rock appeal.

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Charlotte Olympia Shoes, Selfridges, London

Charlotte Olympia Dolly shoes, Selfridges, London

The Selfridges shoe hall is a must-shop, with brands like Christian Louboutin, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Viktor & Rolf, Tory Burch and of course the likes of Topshop and Kurt Geiger.

These gorgeous Dolly shoes from Charlotte Olympia are perfect for wearing on a night out to recreate some old school glamour. Inspired by Agatha Christie, the Charlotte Olympia A/W 2011 collection titled ‘To Die For’ is a visual delight capturing the glitz, drama and decadence of the 1930’s Art Deco period.

The obsessively groomed and stylish Poirot would be proud. Miss Marple need not apply.

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