Foot Notes | Leifsdottir Launches Footwear

March 14, 2011

Contemporary womenswear label Leifsdottir takes a step in the right direction with a new footwear collection that launched this year.  The Scandinavian-inspired brand, owned by Urban Inc – Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, Free People – and sold in high end stores like Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales and Nordstrom – got its start creating flirty, feminine dresses celebs like Taylor Swift and Sarah Jessica Parker love in 2008 and now has expanded to shoes.  Leifsdottir’s footwear collection ranges from $198 for its knotted Ulla metallic sandal flats to the $428 sexy architectural snake print bead and feather Katja wedges.

Get ready to show off those perfectly painted pedicures this spring in these sexy and sassy Leifsdottir footwear.  Snakeskin prints, beads, feathers and cutouts can all be found in this collection.  Designer Johanna Uurasjarvi says she and her team draw inspiration not only from her native Finland but from exotic locales in Turkey and Brazil as well.  Leifsdottir isn’t stopping at footwear and clothing, the label is in talks to design a handbag collection. The shoes can be purchased online at as well as department stores nationwide.

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