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Top Selling Jessica Simpson Footwear

Saturday, September 6th, 2008
by Sck

Author: Kenneth Elliott

I have no doubt that fans of Jessica Simpson footwear love and charish each and every style of Jessica Simpson Shoes.  But a few styles of Jessica Simpson Footwear just stand out and are above the rest in sales and ratings.  With a surprising variety of styles, ranging from classic and demure kitten heels, to the sexy stilettos one might expect, there actually is something for everyone. Here are four of the TOP Jessica Simpson shoes according to

1. The Jessica Simpson Women’s Roha

These shoes retail for $110.00
Jessica Simpson brings your wardrobe up-to-date with the Roha ankle boot. Soft leather or suede upper in a slip-on dress ankle boot style with a round almond toe. A deep notched tongue with a wide elasticized fabric overlay adds an edgy twist, securing at the side with an oversized polished metal faux button and hook embellishment. Faux leather lining and cushioning insole, 1/2 inch wrapped midsole. Flat traction outsole and 4 inch leather wrapped heel.

2. The Jessica Simpson Women’s Layla

These shoes retail for $80.00
Pump up the volume in these sensational Layla pumps by Jessica Simpson. Patent, matte or embossed leather upper in a modern dress pump style with a round toe and deep scoop vamp. Faux leather lining and cushioning footbed, flat traction outsole. 1/4 inch midsole and 3 3/4 inch stiletto heel.

3. The Jessica Simpson Women’s Leve

Retail price for these shoes is $80.oo
Individual style is all about flair. Punch up any outfit with these sassy ballet flats from Jessica Simpson. Fabric or leather upper in a casual slip on ballet flat style, with a square closed toe with contrasting toe cap, lower cut vamp, gathered front detail, contrasting collar trim and petite center bow embellishment. Soft fabric lining, cushioning fabric topped insole. Flexible midsole, pancake heel, crepe textured rubber sole.

4. The Jessica Simpson Women’s Daila
Retail price $90.00

Garner compliments everywhere you wear the sumptuous Daila classic pumps from Jessica Simpson. Faux patent leather upper in a classic dress platform pump style with a peep toe. Three-ring glistening mesh embellishments at vamp, fine stitching detail at vamp and collar, classic pump silhouette. Smooth lining, lightly textured insole, lightly textured outsole. Wrapped 3/4 inch platform midsole. 4 inch heel.

These are just a subset the the best selling shoes in Jessica Simpsons Shoe Collection.

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High heels, high risks

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008

The next time you wear high heels to look taller, just give a second thought — the fancy footwear could cause permanent damage to you, a new study has shown it.

According to the study, teetering around in several inches of heel not only hurts the feet, but causes accidents. In fact, prolonged use can injure the knees and back, and the risk is more in case of teenagers.

Researchers examined 1,000 women and found that one in ten women now wear high heels three days a week and over a third of women have fallen while wearing them, the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph reported.

Currently, teenagers are 50 times more likely to have hip trouble than their mothers, while the number of girls suffering from back problems has also increased ten fold in the last generation, the study revealed.

Podiatrists have long criticized high heels, warning women that they cause permanent damage. Common complaints from women who regularly wear them include heel pain and calluses.

Such restrictive footwear can also cause bunions, ingrown hammertoes.bmptoenails, nerve problems, stress fractures and ‘hammertoes’ — a permanent bend in the middle joint of a toe.

But the study concluded that flat pumps, popularized by model Kate Moss and singer Amy Wine house, were equally problematic because they offer no support at all.

Dressing ettiquets for job interview

Friday, May 30th, 2008
by Ann

If an employer looks forward to you to dress a certain way when you work in their building and represent their company, why wouldn’t they expect you to follow a dress code for interview? The fact of the matter is that they do, and if you don’t dress accordingly, you may not get hired.Why should your dress reveal your desire to succeed? You want to show your potential boss that you take the interview process seriously and that you will be just as serious about your job. Worried about overdressing? Don’t. Employers expect you to dress in your finest. Overdressing is impossible when you’re trying to secure employment.Business apparel for any type of job interview is necessary. Even if you will not be required todress appropriately dress up for the particular job you are applying for, you should still dress up for your interview. Choose professional, conservative attire. Avoid plunging necklines and outfits that are too tight or too revealing. Choose colors that are muted. Make sure that your clothes are freshly laundered and free of wrinkles. Never wear clothes with holes or stains, and pay close attention to your personal grooming as well. Take care when selecting makeup, fragrances and jewelry.

Following a dress code for interview involves a lot more than picking out an outfit. Accessories are equally vital. Pay attention to everything that you put dress appropriatelyon your body including your shoes and jewelry choices. Wear dress shoes instead of tennis shoes and choose dressy, non-flashy jewelry.

While we’re on the topic of jewelry, let’s take a moment to talk about piercing and other types of body adornments. Always choose jewelry and adornments that will not detract from your professional appearance. You may need to remove some piercing such as facial piercing. Tattoos and certain hair styles may also be offensive to some. Wear clothes that cover tattoos and try to choose conservative hairstyles and colors while you are looking for a job.

When choosing your dress code for interview, take into consideration parts of your appearance that you wish to downplay. For example: If you have a distracting scar, you may wish to conceal it. While employers will not discriminate against a scar, it might divert them from hearing and seeing what an ideal job candidate you really are.

Shoes Trends For Spring

Saturday, January 26th, 2008
  • Casual shoes

Casual shoesWhile casual footwear for men can vary from sneakers to loafers, never underestimate the fashionable allure of a casual lace-up shoe. Don’t get these confused with sneakers, though. A casual shoe may look as laidback as a sneaker, but it isn’t as functional. It’s not made for wear in any kind of weather, and some may not be the most comfortable choice for days when you’re doing a lot of physical activity. You can wear your casual shoes with a pair of jeans and a sweater and you’ll be set for a day at the mall or an afternoon at the movies. Shopping tip: If you’re buying a suede or leather shoe (which is probably a good idea), buy the protector spray your salesperson tries to sell you at the cash. This will protect your new kicks from the unpredictable elements spring sometimes offers, ensuring their longevity as a staple in your wardrobe. Also, when it comes to picking a color, go for brown — it’s a more dynamic neutral than black.

  • Dress Shoes

Dress ShoesMen have been wearing some variation of the Oxford for ages, and the fact that this shoe still looks slick at formal functions proves that a modern black Oxford never goes out of style. Wear it with slacks at the office or with a suit at any formal function. Just don’t wear them with jeans — mixing dressy and casual pieces tends to look a little unpolished and confusing.

Shopping tip: Pick an Oxford with an elongated square toe box and make sure to go with a less “chunky” heel since sleeker is superior this spring.

  • Boots

BootsBlack ankle boots are good for office wear. Wear them with your best black or gray slacks and you’ve got a great business look for the spring. They are a good transitional item if you’re going out after work as well. Simply remove your blazer, and the right pair of boots will add a touch of modern sophistication to your newly dressed-down outfit.

Shopping tip: Pick an ankle boot with a square toe and a lower, less chunky heel. Lace-ups are a no-no if you want to pull of a sophisticated look.

  • Sneakers

SneakersThe right pair of outdoor sneakers is not only trendy, but you can get a lot of wear out of them too. Pick a pair that’s neutral in color (but don’t shy away from a subtle multi-colored pair), virtually flat and possibly water-resistant. Wear your modern sneakers with any wash of jean and your favorite vintage T-shirt, and you’ve got yourself the perfect casual outfit.

Shopping tip: Avoid buying running or basketball sneakers unless you’re performing either sport. “Outdoor” sneakers have the casual look of a regular sneaker, but lend a trendier air to your favorite pair of jeans

The Right Corporate Foorwear Tips

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Corporate Footwear

For Women

  • Ladies who prefer skirt or pant suits should opt for closed toe shoes in a contrasting colour.
  • Stiletto heels give a more corporate look to your attire, but you could also experiment with kitten heels and the like.
  • Black is the most preferred colour when it comes to women’s shoes, but ladies can also try and match their shoes with the colour of their pants/skirts.

For Men

  • Men should stick to the more traditional colours such as blacks and browns.
  • It is also advised that men generally try to match the colour of their shoes with their belt.
  • Dark coloured socks are generally the norm. Make sure that the elastic has not worn out to prevent them from gathering around your ankles.

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