If yesterday our sense of what’s Best of the Internet was dominated by Rita Ora’s inspiration on a couplet of faux and proper fur scarves, today, tomorrow and Sunday will be about continuing to praise the fusion of Blake Mycoskie’s admirably philanthropic and style savvy TOMS utilitarian footwear with Tabitha Simmons, stylist-cum-designer, who as far as I’m concerned maintains a position as one of the most exciting things happening in footwear right now.
Other than, you know, Ped Eggs.
The shoes remain very true to the TOMS style, appearing in a variety of slip ons, non-lace-ups and one pair of wedges, all festooned in a striped pattern highly indicative of Tabitha Simmons’ best-selling Dolly Cricket flats. And that’s it — that’s the whole thing. No tricks, no surprises, just good looking, comfortable shoes.
The prices start at $42 for baby shoes (which will more likely than not fit my tiny-ass feet) and end at $168 for the Desert Wedges which I kind want to call Dessert Wedges.