Kristin Booker • October 19, 2009

FSB Has Breakfast at Saks Fifth Avenue: The Shoe Edition

Last week, I told you about the fabulous Saks Fifth Avenue Accessories breakfast that I attended. Well, there were so many fabulous accessories I couldn’t fit them all into one post. Last week’s coverage was on the glorious handbags but today’s post is on my personal obsession: the shoes. Without further ado, let’s get to the fantastic footwear of Saks.

See that photo at the top? It’s a whole table of BCBGMaxAzria shoes and boots and I was madly in love. How do you pick just one? A woman needs to decide for herself.

Frye Boots. There aren’t enough words to explain how much I love Frye boots. I have no other words for these amazing boots than to say that I need them.

Could you die for these Dolce Vita Trinity Studded Pumps ($210)? I know I almost did. So amazing with so many items in your wardrobe and the studding is so right now.

I am completely obsessed with this pair of Elizabeth and James Zipper Pumps ($325). I love punk-but-pretty details on anything. It’s edgy without veering into rough and I love that about a shoe. Mary-Kate and Ashley are killing it right now.

This is an entire table full of nothing but Stuart Weitzman shoes. The fact that I remained conscious enough to take this photo after spotting it is a testament to my intestinal fortitude. I especially love this pair of Studded Platform Sandals ($395)

Last but not least (and this is in no way representative of the entire offerings of this floor, this is just what I could fit into one post), these gorgeous Belle by Sigerson Morrison boots are just gorgeous and a celebrity favorite. They’re evidently nicknamed “The Reese Boot” because Reese Witherspoon is such a fan of her own pair of these gorgeous suede boots.

I’m making my holiday list and checking it twice from this little breakfast accessories viewing. Head to your local Saks or their website soon and check out the gorgeous accessories as well as their killer clothes, genius jewelry and amazing beauty picks. Even if you’re not here in Manhattan, Saks Fifth Avenue is the place to shop.


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