The Shoe Project: Dip Dyed Shoes.

Clearly, Tie-Dyes and Dip-Dyes are all around, from the catwalk to the highstreet and in your own home! It is a harp back to childhood, and I have to say I’m not a fan of traditional tie dye clothing techniques. I can also safely say I’ve never once worn tie-dyed clothing and I really hope to keep it that way! But PRADA brought along a different kind of ‘Dip Dying’, in the form of sexy, seductive, unqiue shoes! hurrah. Am I convert? I’d say so…

-Prada Ombre high heels, in Grey, Retail at around $590.00 (around £290.00).

-Stuart Weitzman.

-Prada Sfumato Mary Janes, (in a variety of colours), $550.00 (around £270.00).

-“Squeeze2”, in Grey, by TOPSHOP, £35. (EXACTLY LIKE THE PRADA ONES ABOVE!!).

-“Squeeze2”, in Gold, by TOPSHOP, £35.

-“Suzie”, in Fushia, by TOPSHOP, £55.

-“Suzie”, in Black, by TOPSHOP, £55.

-“Suzie”, in Turquoise, by TOPSHOP, £55.

-Part of the Premium collection at TOPSHOP in Pink, £75.00


The Shoe Project.

T-Bar Shoes.

A Cheaper Solution to Vivienne Westwoods Pirate Boots.

Chanel Inspires Topshop.

Woven Shoe Trend.


“Lollipop” Shoes by Topshop.

“Shuffle” Shoes by Topshop.

“James” Shoes by TOPSHOP.

Ms. Judy Pink.


Filed under Dip Dye, Judy Pink, Platform Shoes, Prada Shoes, Suzie Shoes, T-Bar Shoes, Tie Dye, Topshop,,

2 responses to “The Shoe Project: Dip Dyed Shoes.

  1. K C

    Those shoes are awesome. I really like this site.

  2. Hello,

    Thank you for your comment.

    Please keep checking back:)

    Ms. Judy Pink.

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