ISA TAPIA

Despite my frustrations at not being able to find the complete wonderful SS2014 Isa Tapia range for sale online, I thought I would share the best of what I could find to buy (and a couple that I couldn’t).

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A beautiful embroidered court shoe, great for weddings as the bride’s something blue, or to complete a guest’s outfit.

 

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In silver: a metallic neutral that will take you from beach to bar. If you only buy one sandal this year, make it this simple lizard-print leather style with scalloped edges.

 

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For a dash of 1950s retro, pick this sweet almond-toed style with its flattering ankle strap and V-throat. I love the powerful combination of black, white and red.

 

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For a fun animal-print look, try these in tan hair-on with their two different spot sizes. The heel is well-positioned to prevent wobble.

 

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Domed black studs give an edge to this sleek cut-out sandal. Wear these with playful tailoring from Cos to show your fashion credentials.

 

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The key feature of these red suede sandals is the carved wooden heel, with its inverted comma-shaped cut-out. Great for adding height and impact without looking slutty.

 

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These court shoes are covered in subtle details, such as tear-drop-shaped cut-outs, white lizard-print leather with leopard spots and black studs, and the red leather-covered studded heel. Wear with a white, black or even red suit for high impact.

Here are a couple of styles from www.isatapia.com. Let me know if you find them to buy!

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