Think what you will about Rachel Zoe (maybe the phrase "the devil is an over-tanned size zero" is running through your head right about now), but you have to admit she has style. Like the scarf-wearing gypsy she's dressing all her waifish clients like, Zoe's a pro at gazing into her Swarovski crystal ball and predicting the fashion future. Considering she's been plugging the still-scorching Boho look for awhile now, we're OK with admitting she's pretty darn good at her job. Lucky for us, her job includes making next-big-thing footwear picks for Piperlime, so all of us (not just the practically disappearing) can benefit from her fashion forecasting.
Everything's blooming this spring, including the pretty peonies on Charles David's Peony pumps ($137, were $275). The perfect finishing touch for your favorite little black dress or a surprising twist when paired with colorful cropped cigarette pants, these pumps with a dainty ankle strap may just become your go-to signature shoes.
The Kentucky Derby is fast approaching. No doubt you have your hat picked out and your tolerance for whiskey-laced mint juleps built up, but do you have the right spectator pumps chosen for the occasion? These perky persimmon-colored specs from Tracy Reese ($225, were $375) are sturdy enough to keep you on your feet through a little julep-induced wobbling, and sleek enough to make you feel right at home placing your bets during the Run for the Roses.
It's always tough to pick out a good shopping shoe. You want comfort, sure, but you also want something that will give you a little lift when you're trying on skirts, dresses, and slacks. Leopard-spotted hybrids from Bettye Muller ($273, were $390) serve your dual purpose. A demi-heel elongates legs and puts that natural heel-wearing spring in your stride, but these low riders offer a lot of support, too. Plus, they dress up jeans and a tee so nicely. Casual comfort and a chic look? Check and check.
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