Belfast Telegraph

Friday 22 August 2014

Kristin Cavallari stunned by shoe success

Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari thinks it's "amazing" that her shoe collaboration with Chinese Laundry is being "recognised".

The reality TV star promoted her collaboration with Chinese Laundry in New York City on Wednesday, wearing an on-trend houndstooth monochrome dress for the occasion.

The new spring collection includes heels, flats and sandals which Kristin is still getting used to seeing in print.

“It’s the most amazing feeling!” she told People at the launch. “I couldn’t be happier that my shoes are being recognised.”

Kristin prides herself on the fact that her footwear line is affordable. The mother-of-one always makes sure she treats herself from time to time though.

“The price point is really important to me. It’s important for women to know that you don’t have to spend a fortune to look and feel great," she explained.

“The only thing I’ll really splurge on are purses, jackets and some blazers. I have one blazer though from Topshop that I’ve worn more than anything else!”

Kristin gave birth to her son Camden in August. The beauty insists “fashion has definitely taken a little bit of a backseat” to motherhood.

“Date nights and girl nights are so fun, because getting dressed up is extra special now," she smiled.

Kristin explained more about the pieces in the line. Style is important to her and she hopes her footwear will be comfortable as well as on-trend.

“I have two [shoes] that have a white wedge. White is the new black and I thought doing a wedge in white was fun and different… [and] I love the strappy heel, because it comes in three colour combos and I love all of them!”

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