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Simple Black Pumps from Steve Madden

I first discovered Steve Madden shoes when I was on vacation in Miami. My cousin took me into this exquisite store that took my breath away. I came out with none of his shoes in hand at that time but he certainly left a huge impression with me.
Low and behold Steve Madden shoes revealed themselves to me locally at West Mall. I don’t even know the name of the store since I have renamed it the Steve Madden store. And yes besides the MAC store, this one is a must see for me on any visit to West Mall.
I always go in and never buy since his shoes are a bit on the pricey side but a girl can look. However, I’m such a lucky girl that I have friends that pay attention and decided to get me these simple black open toe pumps for Christmas 2010. I’m guessing they were on sale but were probably around $600-700TT.
Over the last year these pumps have been my BFF, go with me almost everywhere, never leave my side and always make me feel confident and beautiful. Did I mention tall too? Dolls, you can’t go wrong with investing in a good pair of black heels. He takes me from office to evening wear in a snap.
So if you're ever up to meeting my good friend Steve Madden go check him out at West Mall. You just might meet your next BFF too!  Think I will get lucky again this year?
Happy Shopping!
XOXO
Naomi

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