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Steven Alan Shoe Report: Marais Sandals Start at $20

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Now that we've reviewed men's and women's clothing at the Steven Alan sale, let's move on to the shoe porn. Again, our pictures are from before the preview even began, so we're betting some of the best stuff is already gone. If you spot those Rag & Bone booties we highlighted yesterday, for example, then you'd better buy them, because it's a sign from the shopping gods that they were meant for your feet alone. A pair of Swedish Hasbeens clogs felt equally fated to disappear fast. They looked like a nicer version of the H&M collab, and at $75, they cost only about $15 more.

The big name at the sale, though, is undoubtedly Marais USA. Upstairs, you'll find boxes packed with the brand's sandals and wedges in sizes 5, 7, and 7.5 lining the back in front of the mirrors. Peep-toe booties, normally $130, are $75, while studded wedges, $115 in stores now, start at $20. Downstairs are candy-colored kitten heels from past seasons for $25. We also found United Bamboo, Dieppa Restrepo, and a tiny smattering of Rachel Comey. And of course, the wall of No.6 clogs was in full force—get a pair for roughly $150 while they last.
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· Shoes Are a Theme at This Spring's Steven Alan Sale [Racked NY]

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