The new IT pumps by Casadei

12 Aug

Designers at Casadei are known for their ability to create pumps, wedges, sandals, boots just a little different than others, which makes them stand out from the crowd. In the Fall/Winter collection for 2011/2012 they have proven that. If you want to wear designer heels but you’re not a fan of the slightly overhyped red soles (may that be by Christian Louboutin or even by YSL), Casadei might be just the one you’re looking for.

In the following pictures, you’ll see why I wrote all this.

The first one is from the Neo Punk Collection, worn here by Cameron Diaz:

The next pumps are from the Blade Collection, and these seem to be very popular: Cameron Diaz loves this pair.

I’ve told you she’s a fan…

Here’s Rachel Nichols from the ESPY Awards:

Aaand Glee star Lea Michele has a pair too. Is that the right size?

You see, the curvy but still very thin heel is that little extra that makes this shoe so special.

How do YOU like these shoes?

5 Responses to “The new IT pumps by Casadei”

  1. The Pocket Stylist August 13, 2011 at 12:29 am #

    I love the bright blue ones they are killer

  2. helexus Heels for All August 14, 2011 at 6:22 am #

    I am not a huge fan of the pointy toe but I do like these.

  3. Sarah August 14, 2011 at 10:18 pm #

    I love the shape of those shoes, very classic yet fashion forward. And the blue pair is amazing.. what a great color!

  4. HauteWorld August 16, 2011 at 3:37 pm #

    Very sexy! I love the thin heel, but I wonder how easy those are to walk in. I might have to try it out…

  5. Natasha August 17, 2011 at 4:33 pm #

    The pin thin high heel on these shoes is so sexy… Just beware of uneven sidewalks! 😛

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