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Aerosoles Fall 2010 Preview

Earlier this week, I had a chance to preview the Aerosoles Fall Winter 2010 collection at Spa Chakra in New York City, a tranquil setting befitting the soothing styles that are the hallmark of the Aerosoles brand. Easy on the eyes, easy on the feet! The fall collection aims to give Aerosoles customers more of what they love: Classic styles with a fashion-forward twist, like ankle boots with stud detailing, or their classic ballet flat done in menswear-inspired tweed. Many of the styles are available in genuine leather, and range in price from $79 to $150 which makes them an amazing value. Each style also features the hallmark diamond-pattern tread for comfort and traction, as well as a cushioned footbed. I own a couple pairs of Aerosoles, including leather riding boots and peep-toe mary jane heels, and they are some of the comfiest shoes I own—use a discerning eye and you will find some serious gems! Look for these fall styles to hit Aerosoles stores and in August.

Whoever said comfort can't be cute obviously never owned a pair of Aerosoles. I HEART this brand! I've been wearing their shoes for years and years, but i have to say this new collection is the cutest yet. I'm so excited to get a few pairs! Thanks so much for sharing this (and for the great pics). :-)
#1 Recessionista (Homepage) on 2010-04-30 15:01 (Reply)
I'm impressed! There are some super cute styles in there.
#2 Sally (Homepage) on 2010-04-30 15:02 (Reply)
I'm on the fence about Aerosoles. A few really cute styles and the rest... Uh, not so cute. I'm not a fan of the visible stitching, the big buckles, the frumpiness, etc. But occasionally they will hit some out of the park (last year's Bencil, for example). And I love these boots:
#3 Missus Claus on 2010-04-30 15:16 (Reply)
I can't wait! I love my Aerosoles flats! I really like the flat boots and some of the cut-out heels!
#4 Liz (Homepage) on 2010-04-30 16:46 (Reply)
I agree with Missus Claus; for me, Aerosoles are hit or miss in the style department. No doubt they are comfy and feet-friendly; it's finding a fashionable pair that's the challenge. Of the ones you've shown here, I might try the buckled peep-toe (2nd photo), the tweed mary janes (3rd photo) or the suede peep-toe pumps (7th photo) but would probably pass on the rest.
#5 Target-Addict (Homepage) on 2010-05-01 09:49 (Reply)
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