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[TRENDS] EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE THESE 8 PAIRS OF SHOES THATS ROCKING 2015.

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Zara Pumps (Low cut ankle boots), leather high heels.

Estimated price: $119

Comments: Suitable for office and after work happy hours. Sits well on dark pants (bell bottom) or flowing skirts.

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Manolo Blanik Carolyn napa mid heels

Estimated price: $645

Comment: Another elegant must have. Suitable for office and most especially your dinner dress.

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KG Kurt, Geiger Lawson (patent leather) loafers.

Estimated price: $135

Comment: Bring your sexy back in this retro style loafers. Never forget your matching neck scarf with whatever chinos pant or denim you decide to wear with this one.

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Spiga Hue pointy toe pumps (Low heel)

Estimated price: $225

Comment: A rival and competitor to the manolo high heels anyday. The low heel pumps are fading out our usual “peep-toes”. It’s unique in its own style and perfect for any setting. We call it the “Crossover”.

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Ralph Lauren leather Rina flats

Estimated price: $395

Comments: Another exclusive in its class. Leather flats have gained alot of popularity amongst trendy millenials of 2015. Its high class, comfortable and it can be worn to the office and any casual outing. It could be a little selective when worn with traditional attires. We won’t advise you wear this on an “iro and buba” take it or leave it.

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Repetto Bow ballerina

Estimated price: $233

Comments: Diverse, super comfortable, highly valued. Throw this on an above knee flare skirt and you are good to go for any occasion be it casual or formal.

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The Nunaked Sandals Stuart Weitzman

Estimated price: $398

Comments: Now if you’ve ever had a brain wave trying to buy an all round shoe this right here is your best take. Goes well with jeans, any type of skirt, suit and traditional attire.

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Classic lace up sneakers

Estimated price: $68

Comments: . The word “sneaker” is often attributed to Henry Nelson McKinney, an advertising agent for N. W. Ayer & Son,who, in 1917, coined the term because the rubber sole made the shoe stealthy. Today trainers (british english) or plimsolls as derived according to Nicholette Jones’ book in 1870 has become so trendy it went viral in the 20th century after USA produced their first rubber sneaker by spalding and converse all stars endorsed by footballer Jim Thorpe and basketballer Chuck Taylor.
Nigerians colloquially call it “canvers” and South Africans call it “Takkies”.

Compiled, written, edited and posted by: @djshyluckjimmy
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