Donald Pliner Pre Fall Shoes At The Forum Shops Las Vegas.

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Hey Nubians, 

You Can Never Have Too Many Shoes ... 

A few weeks ago I went to Donald Pliner event At The Forum Shops Las Vegas to get a sneak peek of their Pre Fall Shoe Collection. I was absolutely smitten with everything! I can definitely appreciate a well made, fashionable shoe. From sandals, oxfords, boots, and more, Donald Pliner shoes stay on trend and many of them dare to be different and break the mold with stitching and patterns that make them unique. Beautiful detail will make this shoe collection something you'll covet for Fall. 

A variety of these pumps take inspiration from the 60s. I admire 60s trends probably more than I like most trends from today therefore, this immediately made me excited to see more. The fur embellishment on heels and flats trend has been back for a few months and it looks like it will extend until the end of the year. The silhouette on these shoes is sexy too! I dream of having a few of these in my closet. I had a blast mingling with a few Las Vegas Bloggers, trying on shoes from the current and Pre Fall collection, sipping and margaritas and enjoying music... talk about the definition of a great evening right?!

I was chatting with a few bloggers and this gorgeous shade of pink is a fan favorite. 

These little loafers with the dots on them look like something from outer space. Again, it makes me think of 60s mod fashion. So much fun!

These works of art are available for pre-order now with a delivery date of early August. I can promise you one thing, wearing one of these Donald Pliner shoes this Fall will definitely make a few people break their neck trying to check out your shoes! This is a quality shoe that will last you a long time. Head on over and shop.

Want to know another great thing about this event? A portion of the sales from this event benefited a non-profit organization called Dopamind Boxing & Cycling. Dopamind Boxing and Cycling helps adults suffering from Parkinson’s by training them with non contact boxing and cycling classes. It helps improve their movement and balance. It's also a different and refreshing approach to help someone with Parkinson’s by making them feel in charge and independent. The non contact boxing and spin classes has helped improve Parkinson's symptoms such as motor function and coordination. They offer both group and individual work out classes so if you know someone suffering from Parkinson's who wants to try something new, please spread the word.


Xo Nubia Xo 

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