Fashion Mile

December 7, 2010

TOP 4: Yves Saint Laurent sandals

Filed under: Fashion — Tags: , , — fashionmile @ 8:40 am

Yves Saint LaurentFounded in 1962, Yves Saint Laurent is synonymous with elegance, innovation and flair. From ‘le smoking’ to the drop-crotch pant, the iconic French label continues to push fashion boundaries while never compromising on style. From Stefano Pilati’s fall line, expect a cool monochrome palette and a polished mix of perennially chic totes, glossy platform pumps and striking cocktail rings.

 

 

 

Yves Saint Laurent – Tribute leather sandals:
Heel measures approximately 140mm/ 5.5 inches with a 40mm/ 1.5 inch platform. With a navy leather trim, Yves Saint Laurent’s cream canvas wedge sandals are a nautically inspired choice. Slip this statuesque style on with cream shorts and a navy bag for a chic color combination

 

 

Yves Saint Laurent – Deuville canvas wedge sandals:
Cream canvas sandals with a gold-flecked cork wedge heel that measures approximately 140mm/ 5.5 inches and a 40mm/ 1.5 inch platform. Yves Saint Laurent sandals have a navy leather trim, crossover strap detailing, an open toe, a cutaway detail at sole and a gold buckle to fasten at ankle.

 

 

Yves Saint Laurent – Deuville canvas wedge sandals:
Heel measures approximately 140mm/ 5.5 inches with a 40mm/ 1.5 inch platform. Yves Saint Laurent’s navy canvas and gold-flecked wedge sandals are a fabulous warm-weather style. Wear this towering brown leather-trimmed pair with a full pleated skirt for ladylike sophistication.

 

 

Yves Saint Laurent – Deuville leather wedge sandals:
Brown leather sandals with a gold-flecked cork wedge heel that measures approximately 140mm/ 5.5 inches and a 40mm/ 1.5 inch platform. Yves Saint Laurent sandals have crossover strap detailing, an open toe, a cutaway detail at sole and a gold buckle to fasten at ankle.

 

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