It's high awards-show season, and with every red carpet, it gets harder and harder not to make these stories 3,450,986 slides long. So whose shoes made it past our ultra-sensitive Chicness Detector (trademark pending)? See for yourself.
Thank goodness Jennifer Lawrence isn't one of those people who gets super uptight about mixing metals. (Not that we can picture her being uptight about anything.) IOHO, this head-to-toe Prada look works better with these gold platforms instead of matchy-matchy silver.
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Kristen Stewart in Quilted Chanel Booties
These Chanel block-heeled booties, which Kristen Stewart wore to the maison's haute couture show, come with their own wood paneling. Groovy.
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Natasha Poly in Stuart Weitzman T-Strap Sandals
Ad hoc styling tip: If sparkle-blasted Stuart Weitzman sandals can blend in this well with an embellished, animal-print minidress, you can 100 percent treat them as a neutral—supermodel status not required.
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Solange Knowles in White Mules
Guys. She wore white mules to the airport, cementing her status as The Woman We Want to Be When We Grow Up. (They're easy to slip off! That must be why!)
How can this be so pretty? It's orange and red together. The Outlander actress and her stylist are genius for recognizing the potential of a color combination most people associate with MasterCard; Gianvito Rossi is similarly genius for designing those ankle-strap stunners.