Stuart Weitzman’s Does the Prada Ombre Knockoff

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

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Manolo says, remember these beautiful and unusual Prada Ombre shoes from last season, with the sfumato gradient effect?

It seems that Stuart Weitzman does

Sensual by Stuart Weitzman   Manolo Likes!  Click!

In the coming months you will undoubtedly see more modestly priced shoes with this same look.

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8 Responses to “Stuart Weitzman’s Does the Prada Ombre Knockoff”




  1. Jen Says:

    So what… prada has exclusive use of the dip-dye technique now?




  2. Manolo the Shoeblogger Says:

    No, but the Manolo wanted to point out how trends in the fashion industry move. In the sort of trickle down fashion, from the top designers, to the second level, and eventually down to Payless and Nine West.

    Much more interesting are the trends which come from the street and move upward.




  3. Phyllis Says:

    And also which version will prevail: the Prada dark-toe-to-light heel, or the Weitzman light-toe-to-dark-heel.

    I think I like Prada better.




  4. in la Says:

    Too late: Nine West already copied the Prada sfumato wide-strap sandals (without the sfumato, unfortunately, but the silhouette is similar). They’re on sale.

    The Pradas are much lovelier. It’s the gently convex curve of the heel that makes the shoe.




  5. Never teh Bride Says:

    I am in love with the Ombre <3

    in la is so right about the curve of the heel.




  6. jessica6 Says:

    aldo is already selling some of those if i remember well




  7. raincoaster Says:

    I’ve seen the ice cream cone heel knocked off for $25 at Army and Navy in Canada. Things don’t so much trickle down as plummet! And as for these, not for the first or last time, I like the cheaper shoe better, although one must recognize that for those of long footitude, the Prada is probably more flattering.




  8. LaVida2 Says:

    You shall see this trend in the clothing department also. The runway was teeming with the ombre look.













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