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Naturalizer Shoes Review and Giveaway

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I could hardly contain my excitement when I received the Sherrie Wedge Sandals in Blue (Originally: $89 Sale Price: $59.99; Available in Blue, Black, or Red), because these shoes were my first choice when MyBlogSpark presented the opportunity for me to review one of their new styles for spring.

I immediately fell feverishly in love with the textile print. It is elegant, yet playful – perfectly captures the essence of resort chic. Not only these wedges look extremely ‘maita’i’, but they’re utterly comfortable and they’re true to size! Originally $89, I can’t help but be a little tempted to buy the other pairs while they’re on sale.

• Leather upper in a dress wedge sandal style with a round, open toe

• Contrast piping detail

• T-strap vamp design

• Adjustable ankle strap ensures a great fit

• Smooth lining, cushioning insole features N5 Comfort System

• 1 1/4 inch textile platform midsole

• Non-slip outsole, 3 inch wedge heel

• 4 1/4 inch total heel height

About Naturalizer:

Committed to providing on-trend footwear that can keep up with busy lifestyles, Naturalizer shoes are an ideal choice for multi-tasking women who rely on their shoes to take them from day to night in style.

The spring 2012 collection effortlessly combines style with practicality by incorporating splashy colors and rich prints on wearable heel heights, wedges and flats — all at affordable prices.

Naturalizer shoes are available in a variety of hard-to-find sizes (4.5 – 12) and options for narrow, medium and wide widths to accommodate every woman.

Exclusive to Naturalizer is the N5 Comfort System, which delivers key features including flexibility, softness, balance, breathability and lightness.

Noticeable Trends in the Spring 2012 Collection:

Retro Modern – As seen on the “Posh,” “Fira” and “Payton,” this trend captures a Seventies revival with modern day proportions like color blocking, clean/structured lines, and mixed material embellishments.

Island Spirit – As seen on the “Lulianna” and “Decade,” this playful trend dons bold prints, vibrant colors, and woven linens with a tropical feel, making for the perfect “getaway” shoe.
Caravan Culture – As seen on the “Sherrie” this trend invokes tribal tone canvas prints, Mediterranean hues, and strappy details, adding flair to woven and grainy leathers.

The spring collection blends comfort with desired fashion, resulting in a versatile shoe collection that is sure to make the feet of today’s fashion-forward woman happy through April showers and well into May flowers! With Naturalizer on your feet you can live your life and love your shoes!

In the meantime, get inspired by the fabulous spring shoes available at the Naturalizer website and by viewing the below video from behind-the-scenes spring 2012 photo shoot! Also, check them out on Facebook and Twitter.

Disclosure: The pair of Naturalizer shoes, information and shoe gift card for giveaway, was provided by Naturalizer and Brown Shoe Company, through MyBlogSpark.

The giveaway will conclude on April 20th.

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HilLesha O'Nan resides in Newburgh, Indiana with her husband and 3 children. She's a lifestyle blogger that enjoys photography, fashion + beauty, traveling + adventure, gardening, and interior decorating. She is also the founder of To the Motherhood, Fashion Fling, and The Beauty Counter.

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Hello! I’m HilLesha and I live in Newburgh, Indiana with my husband and 3 children. I love photography, fashion, beauty, home improvement, traveling, cooking, and wellness. Additional info. Please contact me at HilLesha@gmail.com.

I’m also the founder of Fashion Fling and The Beauty Counter.

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