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Spot the Real: Steve Madden 'Slithur' Sandals

Can you spot the real Steve Madden 'Slithur' sandals?
Over the weekend, we paid a visit to Westfield Old Orchard, one of my favorite places to shop when I'm back home in Chicago. I had lunch with my blogger friend/kindred spirit Heidi Doud (Wishes & Reality) at Epic Burger - seriously, so lovely to finally meet IRL. Then it was time to ride the mini train with my sister and nephew, followed by a nursing break, more playtime (this time by the lifesize chess set), followed by more nursing, ice cream at Godiva and naps. By that point I was tired and ready to head home, so I did not actually engage in any actual shopping. But I did spot a pair of sandals while passing through Nordstrom that caught my eye...the Steve Madden 'Slithur' ($89.90, down from $109.95). The moment I saw it, I realized it looked identical to the Mossimo 'Kylea' sandals ($34.99) I had just blogged about in Saturday's post. So, all was not lost. See if you can spot the real from the steal by clicking a link below!


Update: After posting this, I noticed while browsing Pinterest that the Steve Madden shoe is actually a copy of the Schutz 'Juliana' caged sandal, which is $190 at!

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I found the those steve madden (select colors) at burlington coat factory. I wanna say they were $41 then there were similar once for $21 but different brand.
#1 Emptyshoppingbag (Homepage) on 2016-07-05 08:40 (Reply)
Nice find and I'm loving the Target version best, per usual! SO GOOD to finally sit down and chat Dianna! The highlight of my weekend. Hope you have a safe journey home.

Heidi || Wishes & Reality
#2 Heidi on 2016-07-05 15:26 (Reply)
We could have talked for HOURS! Til next time, friend xoxo
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2016-07-09 10:54 (Reply)
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