Tuesday, April 13, 2010

(Re)Mix your wardrobe.

[logo from Re-Mix website: remixvintageshoes.com]
I don't know about you, by I am smitten with Re-Mix Vintage Shoes. Since 1992, Re-Mix has been designing shoes inspired by the 1920s, 30s, and up to the 70s. That's right: unused, unworn, vintage shoes. They are fantastic.

The Re-Mix shop is located on Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA and outfit many different personalities, from "Hollywood hipsters" to "rock-a-billy afficionados" and everyone in between. Re-Mix has been feature in many period movies, such as "Changeling", "Saving Private Ryan" and "Walk the Line".

This Scroll slingback wedgie is a Sole Food hottie. Inspired by the 1940s, the classic detailing and fun contrasting colors will sure catch the eye. This shoe features fine stitch detailing, soft leathers, and ultimate comfort. Available in US whole sizes, 6-10.

From the 1930s, the Anita Strappy Heel is an open-toed beauty. Unique to this heel is the U-cut strap, which adds more fun to the shoe. The open-toed structure and semi-low heel is perfect for all-day wear. Available in US whole and half sizes, 6 to 10.

The Balboa heel is an elegant heel featuring contrasting leathers and detailing from the late 1920s and earth 1930s. The T-strap is a feminine touch that visually narrows the foot, and with just a two inch lift, is great for dancing the night away! In US whole and half sizes, 6 to 10.

These are just few of the Re-Mix styles we carry here at Sole Food. Trust me, these are worth seeing and trying on.

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