Second City Style Goes 'Comfortable & Stylish' Shoe Shopping With "What Not To Wear's" Stacy London. Second City Style Fashion Blog


Second City Style’s, Lauren Dimet and Stacy London of "What Not To Wear."

I figure any woman who has a special hallway for her shoes, must love shoes…a lot. Here are some of Stacy London’s picks for comfortable, yet fashionable shoes for fall/winter.

Cole Haan Carma Air Platform Pump $265 Cole Haan

Stacy claims you can run track in these babies and they look normal. Oh and she was wearing them before Oprah even knew they existed. These are not just comfortable shoes, they are an ‘expierience’. Patent leather dress pump with beautifully concealed NIKE AIR
cushioning. Padded leather-wrapped sock lining.  4" high heel. New styles are being released frequently so keep checking.


Via Spiga Branded $192.95 Zappos

Stacy has added 5 pairs of Via Spiga shoes to her collection this season. She is nuts (about them). Opt for a round toe and the cushion rubber sole for maximum comfort.


Stuart Weitzman Eloise $275 Stuart Weitzman
Round-toe patent pump shown in noir naplak on a platform and 3 ¼" heel. These are not just cab shoes.


Calvin Klein Jeckel T-Strap $133.95 Zappos
Suede and snake print leather and t-strap? I saw these in person and want a pair. Perfect with tights and and a killer tunic dress.

Naturalizer Keen $79.00 $39.99 Naturalizer
Yes, you read this correctly. Stacy owns these in red and brown and swears they are not only slammin’ but extremely comfortable. You can own both colors for the price of one now that they are on sale. Shh. Don’t tell Stacy.

Prada Platform Mary Jane $525.00 Neiman Marcus
You can’t go wrong with these or any fantastic Prada platform.

– Lauren Dimet

7 thoughts on “Second City Style Goes 'Comfortable & Stylish' Shoe Shopping With "What Not To Wear's" Stacy London. Second City Style Fashion Blog”

  1. wow very good collection….A new showcase for this site.New model, good design, this attracted me very much,i dont like to miss this.This create me a new fashion

  2. Fashion is such a tricky industry to predict, because what is here today is gone tomorrow. Regardless, it’s fun to guess what’s going to be “in” for the various season.


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