Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 10, 2006
KiKi*c designer shoes make a statement. Designer shoes come in all shapes, sizes, designs, heights, colors and categories. There’s the wedge, the sandal, the stiletto, the flat, the boot, and the list goes on and on. Want an even longer list? The names of designers (hence the term "designer” shoe) can drag on for days. On the higher end, there’s Jimmy Choo, Chloe, Marc Jacobs, Donald Pliner and Ferragamo. The more moderately priced designers include BCBG, via Spiga, and Kenneth Cole.
When one seeks designer anything they expect the utmost for their dollar. And sometimes, for the thrill of the acquisition, women will plunk down any amount of cash to get that highly sought-after designer shoe. During the feverish search and acquisition, women tend to overlook one of the most important features of footwear: comfort. We strive to look composed and fashionable, but when our feet are throbbing it is challenging to radiate that façade.
So, short of putting on your old favorite fluffy slippers, what’s a girl to do when she wants a chic and comfortable pair of shoes to wear around the house, or beyond? In answer to that call, KiKi*c has created a collection of womens shoes that make your feet look chic and put your soles at ease. Think of these shoes as foot candy that looks great and feels great.
Created for the versatile lifestyles of women, KiKi*c designer shoes are “wear-anywhere” shoes that are handcrafted to ensure the highest quality. The “cush” comes from the foot-hugging-foam midsole, which envelops your foot for a customized fit.
The foresight behind this designer shoe was to create extreme comfort with a hip look. Historically “slippers” and “house-shoes” have never evoked much style, other than one of homespun, unsophisticated simplicity. KiKi*c now bridges the gap between designer chic and true comfort.
The collection offers a variety of styles including “Little Lulu,” “Elizabeth” and “Kitten.” Each pair comes with a handy travel bag, and is beautifully packaged in an earth-friendly shoebox to re-use at home. Take a visual tour at KiKi*c online (http://www.kikic.com). Once your feet slip into the spa-like luxury of KiKi*c, and your spirit no longer needs to surrender its sense of style, the only thought that will cross your mind is Jimmy who?
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