8.21.2011

Sunday Steals: Chloe Elah Leather Sandals for Less

Lovers, in the left corner you will find Chloe’s elegant Elah Leather Sandals; in the right corner cast your glamorous gaze upon Pour La Victoire’s magical Macbeth Flat Sandals.

Though the Pour La Victoire pretties feature buttoned crisscross straps as opposed to the buckled crisscross straps of their couture counterparts; for just $135.80, in comparison to the $415.00 required to take the charming Chloe’s home, they are the perfect compromise for the cheap chica – and an adorable addition to one’s shoe collection!

Tell me, kittens…will you be a big spender and go for Chloe, or be thrifty and spring for Pour La Victoire?


Fashionably yours!


Thanks to My Theresa and Shopbop for the pictures.


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32 comments

Natasha said...

actually, I would go for Pour La Victoire. :) so I guess I've chosen the right path for my life... the path of "thrifting" :)

FashionJazz said...

The Chloe one wins hun : ) happy wknd xx

Krysten @ After 'I Do' said...

Pour La Victoire.

ellie said...

I think I like the button! Pour La Victoire wins for me.

caitlin and megan said...

So lovely, but I must be thrifty.

lucy and sarah said...

I'm going for Pour La Victoire..it sounds expensive...at least. Great find!

ivy's closet said...

How cool! I'm glad you found a thrifty version.

mazzy may said...

Such fun! Love the cheaper one.

fashionwise said...

wow they look the same :-)

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Natasha said...

The Pour La Victoire shoes are so much better. I would definitely go for those.

Grace said...

Ooh, how cute! I do like the buckle on the Chloe's a little better, though.

Antonia said...

I actually love Pour La Victoire sandals more!!


xoxo
Antonia

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Mimi said...

gaaaahhh, i love it! definitely gonna go for the cheaper version, though. ;)

<3, Mimi
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AH said...

great find! i'd definitely be thrifty!

Couture Carrie said...

Fabulous affordable find, darling!

Hope you've been having a wonderful weekend!

xoxox,
CC

Sherin said...

They're cute. I love the Pour La Victoire pair.

Fashion Tales.... said...

Hope that you're having a lovely weekend. dear. I love Chloe! These are fantastic. -xo

ivy's closet said...

These are the shoes to have right now!

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Maddy said...

Definitely the Pour La Victoire shoes!! But even then it's a little on the pricey side for sandals...albeit cute ones!

Kavery said...

Since Victoire is not exactly a cheap brand I'll go with them

Cafe Pasadena said...

I'd pass on both pairs.

online shopping uk said...

Awesome Discovery!! These Both Looks awesome, i really like Pour La Victoire!!

MM said...

I would love the Cloe ones due to the buckled crisscross straps but their price would force me to buy the other pair!!

Have lovely week, hon!!!

Kisses

Kristin said...

The PLVs totes work for me!

Savvy Gal said...

i like pour la victoria.

Oh to Be a Muse said...

i like the Pour La Victoire sandals better because of the black on black--looks chic.

Coco Draws said...

What a gorgeous sandal! Loving the cheaper alternative. :)

Oana Roxana said...

Chloe... They look better.
I like Chloe a lot lately. How have you been! Hope you're fine! ;)

Diana said...

Ive never had a pair of these trendy zip up or buckle Sandals...but I like the pair from Pour La Victoire.

Josie said...

I love the buckles on the Chloe ones!
xo Josie
www.winksmilestyle.com

Emily said...

I would choose the cheaper pair! I am all about a bargain.

xoxo

Schnappy said...

Gladiator shoes, cool!!:)

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