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The Best Party Shoes
The Neesh Niche
This week we’re loving... Neesh. An online accessories boutique that sell bags, shoes, boots, purses and belts, Neesh was set up in August 2006 by husband and wife team Ali and Mel Serpen.
Positioned at the designer end of the high street, with an average bag costing around £260, Neesh creates leather accessories and has a beautiful autumn-winter range that would be perfect for the party season, or make great gifts for Christmas.
Plus, MSN readers can receive an exclusive discount of 10 per cent by simply entering the code 'hzu102' at the checkout when placing an order.
Visit www.neesh.uk.com to find out more.
Tired party feet?
image©After Party Shoes
If you’re thinking of going out *dancing all night* (and who isn’t, as the party season approaches?) Then don’t be scared about wearing your sexiest high heels on the town, because a clever company has come up with an idea that’ll save all of our soles at the end of the night.
After Party Shoes are a stylish new concept in footwear: flat ballerina pumps with a revolutionary split sole design. Designed to fold neatly in-half and fit into a small pouch – they’ll fit snugly into most handbags.
With more than 20 different designs and styles all at £25, After Party Shoes will offer instant relief from the pain of killer heels whether you are working, shopping or partying.
Find out more at redfootrevolution.co.uk.
Dolcis has launched a brand new premium collection for the high street. Called Dolcis Boutique, the range is aimed squarely at the professional career woman with fashion and style at heart.
Made in Europe and Brazil, the new range features patent croc courts, crinkle effect patent killer heels and Mary-Janes.
With lashings of large jewels, bars, buckles and buttons for super sexy eveningwear alongside gorgeous stone trims with a natural earthy feel, the range spans classy daywear to party night time. There are also matching handbags for a number of styles.
Prices range from £55-£75 for shoes and £70-£100 for boots.
Visit dolcis.co.uk to find out more.
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