March 10, 2007
How I absolutely swoon for the Lyell Spring collection. A concise collection of simple and sweet pieces, all of which are calling my name…
January 12, 2007
December 14, 2006
December 12, 2006
August 24, 2006
August 16, 2006
Every fall season, I succumb to Cydwoq at least once, twice, (or thrice) -and this season looks as though it will be no different. I feel grateful to have met with Cydwoq shoes as they are the most comfortable I’ve worn. They have a high, supportive arch, and even once when suffering from multiple blisters, my soles found great relief in a pair of Cydwoqs -and a pump heel, no less. I tried everything from walking around the house barefoot to wearing flip flops, birkenstocks, whatever. The only shoes that comforted my battered feet were these shoes. Cydwoq soles feel like orthopedics.
I always appreciate and love it when the core styles of a brand/line are continually available, no matter how many years pass; Cydwoq always brings back the tried and true and adds in a couple more to their repertoire every season and is constantly experimenting with new leathers. Just when I think I’m covered and that I have all the Cydwoq one could ever
want need, I’m hit with some magnificent new styles or a beautifully textured leather, and the will to abstain thus weakens. Case in point, the Saddle boot: tall, beautiful crocodile embossed, eggplant leather.
NB: Cydwoq uses vegetable dyes for their leather, recycled product packaging and water-based adhesives for their shoes, and are made in Burbank, CA. I would gladly be an apprentice.