You know you’ve got something special in the making when Oprah sports it. So when the July issue of O this month’s "Big Deals" issue featured the woman role model on the cover wearing only attire below the hundred dollar price tag, it’s quite a feat to have your product among the collection. Along with the other clothes and accessories, her feet boast a pair of fabulous heels Chinese Laundry shoes, priced at $69.
While it may not be the norm for the multi billionaire goddess to take price into her wardrobe consideration, it’s always nice to know that style today is still affordable. And with Chinese Laundry shoes, it’s definitely not out of the norm to find a pair for well under $100.
Oprah isn’t the only celebrity who’s been seen in a pair of Chinese Laundry shoes this brand makes their appearance on the feet of well known fashionistas all the time.
American Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson was rockin’ a pair of CL heels at the premiere of the new Twilight movie, Eclipse.
Professional dancer and two time champion on Dancing with the Stars Cheryl Burke was seen wearing the Chinese Laundry "Drastic" wedge, one of the brand’s best selling shoes.
Not only is famous entrepreneur and TV personality Kourtney Kardashian a big fan of Chinese Laundry, but she hosted a recently ended giveaway on her blog, where she gave away her favorite pair of Chinese Laundry sandals to one lucky winner.
It’s no surprise that these shoes are popping up all over the celebrity scope leading in fashion, known for their comfort, and designed by a reputable team of shoe experts what’s not to love?
Leah Thompson works in Marketing for Go Smart Solutions, a web based company that provides innovative tools for businesses.
Go Smart features many brands, from the real estate industry to the social media industry and more. The company offers:
FaceItPages for DIY Facebook Business Pages
eShoeSpot for cheap shoes online
as well as a number of other unique niche services.
For the early years of her college life Leah had been majoring in Journalism. She was a reporter for her high school and college newspaper for a total of two years before she started working at Go Smart, where her focus shifted as she became involved in different projects. Writing is still one of her greatest passions, but she discovered an unyielding love of coding, programming and design when she started her work at Go Smart.