Shoe Of The Day: Alexander McQueen

Ms. Eva
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Spring season is in so ladies your shoe game has to be on point and up to par at all times. Ankle boots, wedges, pumps, stiletto’s are just a few shoes to get you started but one essential ingredient you must have in your shoe is color and design. As seen in both fashion weeks in NYC and in Paris; it is all about the color and detail pattern of the shoe that makes the shoe and [you] stand out.
Alexander McQueen ankle booties

Exhibit 1: Alexander Mc Queen Shoe above. This shoe is from AMQ 2010 spring collection and yet these shoes are up to date with the fashion and urban style of today. These shoes were sold out immediately after its debut but I decided to showcase as a point a reference. Fashion is limitless. There are no boundary rules; so you can be overdramatic and creative or you can be neutral and conservative with your design and that’s a great mantra to follow when designing a shoe. You’ve all heard the phrase “A woman can never had too many shoes”. Why is that you might ask? The simple answer is that: Every woman should have a different shoe for every occasion.

Similar to jewelry, shoes is an important accessory to the outfit so it all has to coordinate correctly. Normally I showcase a shoe paired with an entire outfit [jewelry, purse, dress, model etc] on the site to add some inspiration but to also show different wardrobe concepts as well because we all are uniquely different.

Maximum Impact

Chloé fitted dress
£1,033 –

Lanvin jewel necklace
£802 –

Roberto Cavalli waist belt
£348 –


Balmain studded leather vest
£2,792 –

French Connection gold shorts
€50 –

John Hardy cuff bangle
£1,625 –

John Hardy sterling silver jewelry
$695 –

John Lewis fragrance
£32 –


Ladies and Gents!

P.L.U.M wants to know what’s your shoe game like? We would like to feature viewers and fans of PLUM [aka “the people”] in our shoe of the day column. If you would like to showcase your “shoe game swag” hit us up via email: along pics of yourself, your outfit and “featured shoe” along with a brief description of yourself and why you be should be featured on the site.

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