Shoe rack details: Giuseppe Zanotti Olinda Pointed Toe Mule Pumps on Bluefly (extra 20% w/friends & family code: Family)
These beauties just arrived at my doorstep. I adore designer shoes, but I usually admire them from afar as I have a hard time with justifying the cost and benefit of a $200+ pair of pumps. Although the purchase price of a pair of Giuseppe Zanotti heels ($600-1,800) is out of my usual range, I can't help but fixate my eyes on this unique pair of ankle boot/mule hybrid footwear, which is precisely what I have been searching for over the last three months. These are cut out in all the right places. Giuseppe Zanotti's design perfectly embodies the right amount of exposure and coverage. They slip on smoothly and the height perfectly compensates my 5' 2" frame. The cutaway mule stilettos achieves a sexy but sophisticated look that works great with a long tee and a leather pencil skirt for a dressy casual afternoon date or an above-the-knee dress for a girls night out. As I mentioned earlier, I'm not one to spend a whole lot on name brands. Instinctively, I always look for a good deal. I have been watching the prices of these pumps for some time. Just as the prices of these pumps dropped, as with the price of my unnamed shares, I decided to act fast and buy. With a discount rate of 40% (plus my $40 off $200 coupon), I quickly made my first big girl purchase. In total I paid $223 - that is a savings of approximately $625! To some this may seem like a bargain purchase. I can't wait to take them out for a walk! This calls for a new outfit post coming soon!