This months spotlight is on this Dolce Vita “Ferris” shoe in black. I really loved the cutout details on this stiletto heel. It also has metal studded details on the sides of the heel so it’s not just plain black. Plus it’s a closed heel which I don’t own many of. Mine are typically open-toe heels in suede.
If you are looking for metal studded heels you’re in luck, cause now you can find them everywhere, from expensive designer ones to very affordable ones. It seems like these shoes have been very popular for some time & they continue to be my go-to shoes. Especially when wearing a simple outfit or a little black dress, I let my shoes be the focal point of my outfit. I have a few in my collection, it seems I cannot resist the metal details so I keep buying them in different styles.
Zara Basic F/W 12 Black Sandal. When I saw these from Zara I was extremely happy, (not to mention its from one of my favorite stores) they have studs along the back & heel & comes with an ankle strap in a 4 ½ “ Heel & are pretty comfortable considering the heel height
Vince Camuto Jamma. These shoes I liked as soon as I saw the bow in the front, but had originally wanted the black suede ones, I decided to rather go with this nude color, in either case the studs do really stand out. The pumps have studs on the front & along the back with a 4 ½ “ heel. The only negative I have for this shoe is that the studs fall off easily, I’ve only worn these twice and as you can see in the picture it is missing one, (luckily I was able to find it). And know to figure out how to put it back on.
BCBGeneration Oahu. These pointy toe pumps have studs all over. The ones I went with are the tan snakeskin with a 4” heel. These shoes are a real beauty to look at because let me just say that these are not at all comfortable.