Wanted!

Most Wanted: Pretty Pink Kitten Heels from Irregular Choice

It’s no secret that The Fashion Police are Irregular Choice fans. Well, most of the time, anyway. Sure, they’ve made some ugly-ass shoes in their time, and we know that y’all sometimes hate them, but we defy you not to love these babies. I mean, look it! They’re pink, they’re sweet, there’s absolutely nothing outlandish or “wacky” about them, they’re just pretty, pretty shoes. £54 from Yoox.com.

Most Wanted: Khussa Shoes

My beloved Khussa shoes are dead. I absolutely love these shoes: I’ve been wearing them around the house for years now, because they’re so much prettier than regular slippers, and they’re nice enough to wear when you go out, too. The trouble with khussas, though? Well, being handmade and leather, they tend to fall apart pretty quickly. I get maybe one full season out of mine if I’m lucky, then they need to be replaced. I’ve been buying mine off eBay, but as the boho look goes out of fashion, they’re getting harder and harder to find. These ones from Shoes.com aren’t quite as nice as the pair that are on my feet right now (falling apart-ness aside), but hell,…

Most Wanted: Antique Rose Shoes by Irregular Choice

Last time I wrote about Irregular Choice shoes (on another blog) I was told I needed electric shock therapy because my taste is THAT BAD. To be honest? I don’t care. Sure, some Irregular Choice shoes look more suited to a fancy dress party than anything else, but these? These are gorgeous, and if thinking that makes me crazy, then so be it. If you want to give me EST you’ll have to catch me first, anyway. Granted shoes like these aren’t easy to wear. It’s going to take a bit of panache to pull off the oversize flower on the front, and I’d suggest wearing them with something fairly plain, so that the shoes become the focus of the…

Most Wanted: 50’s Style Fashion from Stop Staring

It’s not often that we at The Fashion Police get excited about a new store. Today, though, we’re excited, and the reason we’re excited? We’ve just discovered Stop Staring, the vintage-style clothing boutique selling styles from the 40s and 50s – our very favourite fashion era. These aren’t true vintage clothes: they’re all brand new and ready to buy from the online store. They’ve been seen on a host of stars (well, on Paris Hilton anyway), and featured in more fashion magazines than you can shake a stiletto heel at, and we’re predicting they’re going to sell out very quicky. Don’t say we didn’t warn you…