You’ve gotta love Jeffery Campbell for frugal-snob shoes that pack the “wow” factor and then some at one-tenth the price of most. And when you’re going for an over-the-top carefree look, why not enjoy a price tag that delivers the same attitude?
It doesn’t get much more devil-may-care than these sculptural booties. A massive, carved-out wedge is enough oomph to steal the spotlight on anyone’s ensemble, but the addition of a spotted, pony-hair sandal-cutout bootie hybrid unleashes enough interest for five pairs of shoes. This is the precise kind of statement shoe (the statement being, “I’m up for anything and down for a good time”) that you should delight in spending less than $200 on (seriously, you can hardly get a pair of jeans for $160), one that makes an impact that’s likely to be somewhat short-lived. On Ssense for $160.
Pair with: To keep the look chic, stay sophisticated and low-key with the rest – it can easily go overboard. Stay frugal with Free People’s tattered bouclé jacket, a balanced mix of class and edge. On ShopBop for $168.