Practicality and style are the driving forces behind Michelle D shoes. The selection might be small, but each shoe is finely crafted with a trendy woman in mind. When shopping for the shoes, you will want to keep in mind the many different styles and which stores carry the brand.
Slip-on: A category that is sorely underrepresented in most brand name collections, Michelle D has simple, stylish slip-ons that are comfortable enough to wear at work. If you like texture, pick up the Corina shoe with its distinctive cut out detailing and gorgeous gold metallic color. They also come in a plain white, bright pink or classic black. The Daisie sandals have a large sunflower on each of the two straps, while the dark chocolate Lucy sandal has an urban feel to it. For strappy slip-ons go with the Grecian-like Grace sandals with their three rows of braided straps, or the triple strapped Val sandals. For an urban style pick the Leane Mules that have a covered front half with slits in dark colors. All of the slip-ons have short or no heels.
Pumps: Simple, sleek and patterned. For the classic peeptoe pump go with the Dawn, which also comes in a fabulous leopard print or pale embossed snakeskin to spice things up a little. The demure Jane pumps have a strap across the middle and are shiny patent leather. The Lillian is a slingback version of the Dawn.
Strappy Heels: These are best suited to formal events. The Angela shoe has a think ankle strap and toe strap with bow detail. Pick it up in textured black or pale metallic gold. To bring out the animal within be sure to pick up the Beth pumps with their snakeskin pattern, thick ankle strap and ruffle detail down the front.
Flats: The Jacey flat is the go-to ballerina flat of the collection and has a small bow at the top. It comes in a variety of chic colors. The sunflower Daisie slip-ons are flats, as are the Rhonda thick-strapped sandals.
Dillard’s: This is the store that the Michelle D website directs you to when you ask to view the collection. It has the largest selection available and you can shop online or in stores. You can see what shoes other people viewed and any reviews left by purchasers. The prices are great, with most coming in under 50 dollars.
EBay.com: The online auction site has a huge selection of Michelle D shoes. It has items from many different seasons and is a great place to start your search. It may, however, be hard to find a shoe that you like that is also your size. When you do, be sure to read the feedback about the seller before you purchase to verify his/her authenticity.
Shopstyle.com: This website will show you all of the results it finds from online stores and boutiques. Simply click on the picture to go to the website that actually sells the shoes. Check back every so often to see if any new items have been uploaded. Also try Polyvore.com, a similar website.