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Friday, February 16, 2007

Jimmy Choo Buckle Clutch and Metallic Pump: One Sexy Duo

Are you fond of donning a 'little black dress' on Friday nights? Do you run into trouble while picking out the right bag and shoes to compliment your look? Well, ladies, I'm here to bail you out of a jam. Jimmy Choo, my favorite shoe designer, has a sexy duo that will spice up the traditional little black dress with a hint of sensuality.

The first half of this duo is Choo's Buckle Clutch bag. This classically designed clutch is made from shiny black calfskin with subtle metallic gold piping. Nothing to write home about, huh? Well, her sex appeal lies in all the little details - gold tone hardware, double buckled front strap, and a front flap with tab closure and signature logo ring keeper. She comes with top handles and a detachable shoulder strap just to keep things practical. Sexy and practical - what a design concept! Available at Bergdorf Goodman for $1150.

Now onto the other half of our fashion duo. In this case, Choo has designed a stunning heel that is the epitome of sexy. The Metallic Pump is made with black suede and gold leather trim. Sensual details such as the crisscross upper, ankle strap with a gold tone buckle, and 4 1/2' metallic heel are the finishing touches to this classic beauty. Available at Bergdorf Goodman for $630.

So now that you have your little black dress and this sexy bag and shoe duo by Jimy Choo, you're all set to enjoy a fantastic Friday night out on the town. Don't do anything I wouldn't do!


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