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Jeffrey Campbell Shoes is one of the most popular shoe designers today. This family-owned operation has been around since 2000 and has provided many amazingly popular shoes males and females to wear. Shoes such as Lita, Tardy, Foxy, Snick, and many others are popular to this day. This blog post focuses in on Jeffrey Campbell Shoes. I won't feature all offered by JC, but I will highlight on certain ones. I didn't know JC made shoes for men, but I'll only focus on feminine Jeffrey Campbell shoes here.

The "Brands" label features blog posts devoted to entire brands. The posts under this label only pertain to one or more specific makes. I am not paid by anyone to post the comments I do about certain designers. Everything is all personal opinion.

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This blog post is a look at certain Jeffrey Campbell shoes. I've blogged about all three of these on "John's Blog Space," so you may view my blog post(s) on JBS if you want to read more thoughts and see more pictures on these featured shoes.

Jeffrey Campbell: "Lita."

Jeffrey Campbell Lita
^ from: solestruck.com - Jeffrey Campbell's "Lita" booties are the "it" shoes of today. Name as many bloggers and fashionistas that you know that have worn these shoes.

The "Lita" booties are the most popular shoes in this day and age. With its name inspired by '70s rocker Lita Ford, these booties are all rock 'n roll in its design. The "Lita" booties are the combination of a sexy high-heel pair of platforms with a combat boot-like design. I don't necessarily think they are beautiful, but they are certainly attention-grabbing. The "Lita" booties are more like the dream pair of shoes for a girl who wants to wear shoes that have the sex appeal of a foxy pair of platforms, but also fancy the appeal of oxfords or combat boots. These shoes come in a variety of materials, colors, and patterns.

Their popularity is almost too overstated in the blogging universe. It almost seems like every 3 out 5 fashion bloggers have featured the "Lita" boots in at least one of their posts. They have been worn with everything ranging from denim jean short-shorts to maxi dresses and maxi skirts. I actually tend to like seeing the "Lita" booties worn with long skirts and long dresses. I also like seeing these paired with flared jeans and pants as well as wide-leg and palazzo pants.

More on the "Lita" shoes:
Jeffrey Campbell 'Lita' Boots (John's Blog Space)

...and if you want to shop for your own pair of "Lita" boots, visit ShopStyle:

Jeffrey Campbell: "Snick."

Jeffrey Campbell Snick sandals
^ from: nordstrom.com - Jeffrey Campbell "Snick" sandals are clog-like in appearance.

"Snick" is a platform wedge sandal from Jeffrey Campbell. It is adorned with rivets on the sidewall of the sandals. The "Snick" sandals are styled more like clogs. They would fit right in with flared jeans and pants, not to mention with skirts and dresses as well.

More info:
Jeffrey Campbell 'Snick' Sandals (John's Blog Space)

Jeffrey Campbell: "Tardy."

Jeffrey Campbell Tardy
^ from: amazon.com - The Jeffrey Campbell "Tardy" boots are tough combat boots with a girly twist.

"Tardy" is much tougher than the more chic "Lita" boots. However, the "Tardy" boots remain as girly and as cute despite their tough appearance. These are essentially ankle-length combat boots with a platform wedge design. You can't really get any more girly than this.

The "Tardy" boots are combat boots for the fashionable girl. And unlike most combat boots, these are boots that come in various designs, colors, and materials. So it's safe to say there is a pair of J.C. "Tardy" boots just for you. With the right kind of outfit, these can be a great alternative to going with an all-business pair of combat boots.

More info:
Jeffrey Campbell "Tardy" Boots (John's Blog Space)

These are only some of many Jeffrey Campbell designs. Some love the various shoes from JC; others are sick of them, especially the "Lita" booties. Whatever the case, their popularity is well expressed among the fashion community. If you're a fan of Jeffrey Campbell Shoes, feel free to proudly wear the many unique and interesting shoes JC has created.

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