ShoeDazzle Is The Antidote To Unaffordable Runway Fashion

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    Proving that the collection that caught our eye last month was no flash in the pan, ShoeDazzle (yep, the brand for whom Rachel Zoe is now Chief Stylist) has released another lookbook chock full of sporty-chic footwear (and more!) that all rings in at $50 or less.

    Modeled by Chloe Blanchard of Next Models, ShoeDazzle's jewelry is surprisingly hefty, with thick, chain-link bracelets and punk-inspired padlock necklaces. Crystal daisy embellishments tone down the Sid Vicious vibe. Shoes are the obvious highlight. The textured, black d'orsay pumps with thin, Mary-Jane straps are sexy without feeling cheesy. In the handbag department, the brand's totes are structured, bright, and colorblocked — like something you might pick up at Opening Ceremony.

    After seeing fashion week's parade of endlessly covetable, but oh-so-pricey pieces, it's good to lust after something we can pick up and still cover our rent. Click through to see all the looks, and shop them online at ShoeDazzle. Your savings account can totally handle it.


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