Captivating in Cap Toe

For this season's hottest footwear trend, look to the toe



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DIP YOUR TOES  into this season’s footwear trend, the cap toe shoe. A classic pump or flat gets all dressed up with a dose of contrasting color at the tip. First envisioned by Coco Chanel, this sophisticated style adds a lot of pizzazz to a pretty pump.

 

 

 

 

On model, left to right:

Vince Camuto Stantone Slingback, $98, Belk, 704-364-4251

 

Corso Como Penley heel, $139, Belk

 

Kelsey Dagger Eryn Ankle Strap heel, $145, Belk

 

Attilio Giusti Leombruni Nero Wedge, $340, Step by Sloan, 704-376-1275

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jessica Simpson Maine Ballet Flat, $79, Belk

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