While the beautiful long dresses at the Oscars were... well... beautiful, they didn't allow us to see as much as we would have liked of the shoes! However, we squinted as much as we possibly could and looked further into the potential amazing shoes of we caught brief glimpses. Overall, what we found was predominently shine/bling and a throwback to the matchy matchy of the 80s. In essence, nothing we don't love.
Let's start with JLo. The dress - not so much our taste, waldrobe malfunction or not. However, the shoes, love! Ivory Jimmy Choo's with scattered swarovski crystals.
Reminds of us of a pair of our most popular Milk & Honey shoes that you can order as is in our signature collection or design your own shoes in the same vein. They are called Firecracker and you can guess why!
Another blinged out star was Melissa McCarthy in Brian Atwood. Not only were her shoes amazing but they were designed especialy for her and inscribed "Exclusively made for my BFF Melissa McCarthy on Oscar night" by Atwood himself. Are we jealous? Ok, a little bit. It was tough to get a great picture at this point, but you get the idea.
Michelle Williams impressed yet again in both an amazing Louis Vuitton peplum and Christian Louboutin shoes. She went for a beatufiul orange color complimented by neutral shoes, but anything but boring given their major sparkle!
Gwenyth Paltrow certianly turned heads in her Tom Ford creation, though we aren't sure for all for the right reasons. The dress itself was amazing and showed how you can wow in white even when you aren't a bride. But the cape... hm, we aren't so sure. Her gold shoes, however, we the perfect compliment to the emsemble.
They remind of us of another popular pair of Milk & Honey's that you can also buy as they are or create your own shoes which are similar. They are called Sparkle, another self explanatory name!
Emma Stone wore a controversial Giambattista Valli gown. Controversial in the sense that Nicole Kidman wore the same one to the last Oscars (scandalous!) and many think she wore it better. We actually think she looked great and that it isn't a crime to wear the same dress as someone else at some point! While her shoes were really beautiful and of course we love everything about the 80s, we aren't huge fans of the matchy matchy thing. Other than that - love!
Whether it's being like the stars you are after, just love a bit of bling or want to try the matchy thing, you've come to the right place! Design your own shoes however you'd like them to be and get the perfect pair now!