Friday, February 1, 2013

[Lookalike] Jennifer Lopez's Jimmy Choo Leila Sandals

I have never owned a pair of shoes that cost more than $100.

Ok, wait, that's kind of a lie. I have one pair of shoes that originally cost more - a single pair of Elizabeth and James heels that hurt like hell to wear but look like a million bucks. But I bought them for $60 on Rue La La so I don't really count them.

I love shoes and love collecting different styles, so I prefer them on the less expensive side. Occasionally, though - I fall in lust with a pair waaaay over my budget.

Like these Jimmy Choo's.

At $600, on sale, I cannot fathom that I will ever own a pair of Jimmy Choo's. I saw them first on Jennifer Lopez and was immediately jealous that I don't make millions of dollars.

Horrible outfit, great shoes.

So, I set to work looking for a pair of similar sparkly, meshy shoes. And I found some viable options.

I came across 2 options that were close, but not in the same style. Both options had glitter and mesh but not the same pattern/style as the Jimmy Choo's.

Option 1: Sears

BWC Silver Glitter Mesh Sandals, $84 via Sears

Option 2: Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson Belinda, $77 here

The best option I found was at Dillard's:

Caparros Dalton Glitter Pumps
Caparros Dalton Glitter Pump, $79 via Dillard's

Ok, now that we have that out of the way, I couldn't not mention this.

What in the hell is Sears doing selling shoes that look like this?????:

There really are no words.

Or like this?????:

Mardi Gras threw up on these shoes.

Seriously Sears?? SERIOUSLY?


  1. The only pair of really expensive shoes I own are my Stuart Weitzman wedding heels. Those Dillard's shoes are really gorgeous and the price is great! I can't get over those green glitter heeled boots...who on EARTH would buy those??

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  2. hahahaa WHATTTT are those last two pairs doing? i mean, really!? that dillard's option is PERFECT! so gorgeous!


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