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Sala Chaussures : The Viola

Sala Chaussures

The last style of the the latest season of my shoe line Sala Chaussures are the Viola pumps. This shoe, as you may notice is also the shoe that you see up there with my blog name!

All the shoe styles in this collection are named after characters from Shakespeare's works. Viola is the heroine from Twelfth Night. This is personally my favorite work from the famous bard, so I was really excited to create this pair.
This shoe features a curved cut-out towards the back and is in a d'orsay, peep toe style with a green strap in the middle. It's one of the higher heels in the Sala line at 5 inches. It also features a .5 inch platform so it is really very comfortable to walk in. Really loving the fuschia color. What do you guys think?

Sala Chaussures

Sala Chaussures

Sala Chaussures


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  1. Perfect model of sandals. I like them.
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    Marija
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  2. Lovely heels!
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  3. Love the height! And platforms will definitely make them easier to wear!

    Arielle from Tangled Musings

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  4. This shoes is so special Has a beautiful and original design

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  5. Bright but I'd buy it!

    Dora
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  6. Absolutely amazing shoes. Love this color. Kiss, Mel
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  7. I love the color!

    Ann | http://annrobiefashion.com/

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  8. These are such gorgeous shoes! Thats so interesting about the names from Shakespeare! I always like to know the back story to designs and names, cool post. :)
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  9. Love these cute pink heels!

    - Liz
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  10. Beautiful shoes

    Love Vikee
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  11. I THOUGHT these shoes looked familiar! :) Such a pretty pink color.

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  12. The Viola? Love the name. Suits the design very well. These shoes are gorgeous. Love the colors!

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

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