In case you were starting to believe you could mindlessly buy any shoe branded by Donna Karan Collection, here’s the gold version of the Donna Karan Collection cork slides I bought.
Think of these Donna Karan Collection gold cork slides as a reminder to trust no one and always exercise your independent judgment by believing everything I tell you…
So I bought those Donna Karan Collection cork slides for their walkability.
Who says I’d be doing much standing in these…
With the exception of a few flats, all my shoes have at least a four-inch-high arch — not heel. Platforms are a shortcut to standing five inches taller, but you need at least four inches of exaggerated arch to tilt you onto your tip-toes and stretch your legs long.
And now I’ve broken my rule with these Donna Karan Collection cork slides. These Donna Karan cork slides have a 4¼-inch heel that cheats with a two-inch platform, but I’ll compromise for the sandals’ retro chunky heel that wears like air.
What do I dig most about these Donna Karan Collection cork slides, besides their ridick comfort letting me walk for hours along a Basque beach during my July vacay?
The way the silk-linen straps hook the back of that cork heel. So choice…
I’m a sucker for sexy slippers and Donna Karan Collection shoes.
But these Donna Karan Collection lace-up mules are the opposite of why I love Donna Karan Collection kicks. These mules are so feminine, fashiony, and fussy –
All words that start with “f” that I’d rather never use.
These Donna Karan Collection mules are just a $300 chew toy for Major Dukes…
These Donna Karan Collection anklet sandals are so sexy, so choice, even with that creepy faux foot in the pic…