Accessory Alert: Terry de Havilland

August 9, 2010

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Accessory Alert: Terry de Havilland

It’s no secret that here at WhatSheWears.ie we are huge fans of wedges. So when I heard that Terry de Havilland finally launched an ecommerce store today, I yelped for joy!

My favourite pair of shoes in the world is a pair of red Lola wedges and until now, these 70’s inspired shoes were only sold in limited places in Ireland, (namely boutiques such as Lara where you can pay anything up to €450 for a pair of the infamous Margaux wedges).

The new online shop, called Terrydehavilland.com, sells the python Margaux style (pictured) for £370 (plus shipping) and £280 for normal (non snakeskin) style.

De Havilland has been making shoes for fifty years and first made the Margaux style back in 1973.  Since then they’ve also been seen Sienna Miller (pictured) and many a WAG alike. Singer Kate Nash even commissioned a few pairs of Terry de Havilland peep toe boots to get her “into character” on stage.

Kate Moss’s PA even rang up de Havilland herself when La Moss couldn’t find her black pair of Margaux. “We had a frantic call from Kate’s PA at 3.30am once. She needed them for a function in New York that evening,” he said. “We got them made by 10am the same morning, just in the nick of time!”

Ankle boots and peep toe boots also feature in the mainline collection. Check out Terrydehavilland.com for yourself to see what all the fuss is about – my new must have are the Lola wedge in nude.

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