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Shoes glorious shoes

28 Sep 2010

By Alison Kinkade

Shoes, they are the must have accessory – literally.

They’re not sunnies or a scarf, they are the accessory that you can’t live without, even to the point that if you see someone walking down the street not wearing any, you think to yourself: “well that’s weird”.

So if they are the “must have” accessory then why not do-it in style and become acquainted with the latest offering from Princess Yasim of The Designers’ House.

In the words of Cameron Diaz’s character, Maggie Feller, in the film In Her Shoes: “Shoes like these should not be locked in a closet! They should be living a life of scandal, and passion.”

Princess Yasim is the latest store to join The Designers’ House and is offering the best shoes the world has to offer.

Now you’re probably thinking that means that they must have Manolo Blahnik, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, Prada , Dior, Chanel and much more? Well you would be correct.

It seems nearly all the brands worn by the Sex and the City girls are on offer and at up to 60 per cent off, not to mention some stunning Alex Perry dresses – so it’s time to get shopping girls.

Princess Yasmin brand manager Peggy Nomikos said Princess Yasmin was about providing the best of the world’s most stylish and famous labels to Australia.

“Princess Yasmin is for women who love designer labels and are after that classic shoe or handbag that they can wear time and time again, to provide those one off pieces that shine though and stand out at every occasion,” Peggy said.

Expanding from their flagship store in Queensland, Princess Yasmin is bound to make a splash in Docklands.

“We at Princess Yasmin feel that Docklands is going to evolve into one of the most prestigious locations and we love the holiday feeling that you get when walking around the wharf, it has a certain presence that captivates you, without the hustle and bustle of the city life.”

So if you’re after that perfect pair of shoes, or perhaps the Manolos that Big proposed to Carrie with in the first Sex in the City movie, then head to Princess Yasmin, located in Harbour Town’s Designers House.

And in the words of  movie character Rose Feller: “I get something out of them. When I feel bad I like to treat myself. Clothes never look any good ... food just makes me fatter ... shoes always fit.”

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