Top 5 Chic Shoes from the Sophia Webster Spring/Summer '14 Collection

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Crazy shapes, bold colors and eye-catching details fill Sophia Webster‘s latest collection. The British shoe designer, who has quickly made a name for herself after working alongside the legendary Nicholas Kirkwood and launching her own line, wanted to create a feminine and playful collection of shoes for her Spring/Summer 2014 collection—which is why she used butterfly wings as her main inspiration.

Webster fans can get up close and personal with the designer and her shoes Tuesday, March 11, when she makes her STL appearance at Saks Fifth Avenue. In honor of the event, we’ve slated our top five picks from Webster’s Spring/Summer 2014 shoe collection. Take a look.

 

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The Oprah Slingback We’re not sure if Webster was going for that “Queen of Daytime” look, but we love how these combine a touch of pop art with a dash of “Alice in Wonderland.”

 

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The Athena Sandal Boots It takes a lot of guts (and a lot of leg) to wear the Athena Sandal Boots. These thigh-highs have a laser-cut butterfly design and give a look of gladiator-meets-dominatrix-meets-girly-girl.

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The Lucita Wedge Sandals With just enough pop in the prints and contours, the Lucita Wedge Sandals are the “it” sandals for Spring/Summer.

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The Skye Sandals Remember when kids used to wear Jellies or any other kind of shoe with a transparent detail? This shoe makes a nod to that. The clear, chunky heel on the double-strap Skye Sandals blends seamlessly with the light pastels and cloud cutouts on the rest of the shoe.

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The Brandy Leather Sandals Although the Brandy Leather Sandals are slightly more toned-down than some of our other picks, the attention is in the details: The weaved leather-and-gold brace on the front, as well as the length that reaches just over the top of the ankles, makes these heels a knockout.

Photos courtesy of Sophia Webster

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