Miss L Fire Fall 2011 Collection

This post was written by Lindy Shopper.

OH. MY. HAWT. It’s been a long time since I came across a shoe that I couldn’t get out of my head, that I was so distracted about that I couldn’t focus on anything else until I figured out how to make it mine. Miss L Fire‘s fall 2011 collection has this shoe, and several other shoes with a distinctly jazz age styling that are simply amazing. Miss L Fire always has some really quirky and amazing shoes, and this goes for the fall collection as well, but there are a few pairs that just defy awesome and somehow become…art. And do you see all these mid-height heels?! OK, I’ve talked this up enough, check out the shoes!

Goddess shoe - I don't usually post what I plan to hoard for myself, but these were just too good not to share. IWILLOWNTHESE
Clara shoe - a wonderfully detailed t-strap with a wide, low heel - also in green, red and black, and brown
Edith shoe - an adorable oxford heel with a wonderful perforated design in the leather - also available in brown and royal blue
Gabrielle shoe, studded with Swarovski crystals - perfect for your holiday outings and dances - also available in red, blue, and brown
Mamie shoe - so cute! Also available in brown, black, and blue and tan combo
Mabel (she's the bomb?) shoe - a great option for a stylish flat shoe - also available in black and white combo and brown and white combo

2 thoughts on “Miss L Fire Fall 2011 Collection

  1. Love the Goldfinger reference! I almost gagged when I saw the Goddess shoe, I wanted it so much. Not sure why desire would make me gag, but that’s what happened. They are simply gorgeous!

    1. In my experience, the gag reaction is your gut telling you that these are some of the most amazing shoes you have ever seen. I had the same reaction to these shoes, which meant that I must do anything within my power to make them mine. Fortunately, I have a birthday coming up and a mother who loves shoes, so we made this happen. 😀

      I was wondering if anyone would catching the Goldfinger reference – I can’t help but think of that song when I hear the name…how many times do you come across anyone or anything named Mabel? 🙂

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