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Fancy Feet With DSW Canada

Moto jacket- BCBG | tank c/o Le Chateau | jeans- American Eagle | heels- Calvin Klein c/o DSW Canada | bag c/o DKNY WEM | ring- Rebecca Minkoff c/o Shopbop
I don't think it would come as much of a shock to anyone to say that I'm a shoe, err, let's go with 'enthusiast' (hoarder is such an ugly word), so you can imagine my delight when DSW Canada finally opened its doors to my city this past Friday. The new West Edmonton Mall location was literally packed with women combing through the aisles, grabbing shoes like their lives depended on it — after all, shoe shopping is a competitive sport, is it not? That's why I was particularly pleased with myself when I snagged these snake print beauties at the opening, along with a pair of sandals that you'll be seeing a lot of around here in the months to come... retail therapy is real, ladies and gents. #ShoeLoveMoment

I had a great time shopping the opening with my girl Kastles, partaking in the delicious candy bar while marvelling at all the heels and Instagramming to our heart's content. If you live in the area, be sure to pop into the new location as soon as humanely possible — you might even see me there, hunting for all the shoes I'm now kicking myself for not buying. xx

{ And in case you missed it, congrats to Sereen for taking home my $100 DSW gift card giveaway — enjoy girl! }

This post was sponsored by DSW Canada; all opinions shared here are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support this blog.

Photos by Ashley Antonio

2 comments

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