Emmy Shoes

Stop what you are doing and pay attention! You are going to thank us later for introducing you to this brand. Emmy London. Yes, you certainly should know the name of who we consider to be one of the most amazing shoe makers out there. Keep your high end designer shoes. We would take Emmy London over them…

Nina Shoes

Nina Shoes. Most of you recognize the name, and may have even worn a pair for a special occasion. I know I own a few myself. Having been around since the early 1950’s, Nina Shoes are one of the most widely recognized shoe brand in the United States. You could find their shoes and accessories virtually everywhere. It’s no surprise that…

Nerd & Lace Take On Bridal Fashion Week

I made the official announcement yesterday on my Instagram, but I also wanted to share the information with you. Nerd & Lace takes on Bridal Fashion Week! It’s been a done deal for a while, but I wanted to make an official announcement. As an independent Blogger, I’ve covered this event for a few years…

Wedding Shoes for the Broke

Ok, maybe not necessarily for the broke, but more for the bride and bridal party on a budget. Ladies let’s get real, not everyone can afford Badgley Mischka or Aruna Seth (even though we really-really love their shoes!). To some, the thought of spending $200+ USD on a pair of shoes, makes them physically ill….

The Knot’s Couture Show Accessories

What’s a gorgeous gown without some amazing frosting and some extra lace? I took some time, and I really should have taken more, to get to know a few designers that carry some amazing jewelry, veils, and everything in between. Enjoy some of my favorites. Anglo Trousseau Elisha Caplan Lori London Nina Sara Gabriel Thomas Knoell

TODAY Anniversary Sample Sale At Kleinfeld

It’s Sample Sale time! Where? Kleinfeld – NYC When? Today, February 5, 2013 Time? 3-7pm Save up to 65% off selected sample sizes. No appointments necessary. First come, first served. Sample Sizes available from 10-28. They’ll also have accessories starting at $99! Get there ladies, and good luck. Remember to wear comfy clothes. For more information visit Kleinfeld’s site.