dievca’s “go to” shoe.

A year ago, Stuart Weitzman launched a limited edition platform named “Heritage” in celebration of the company’s 25th anniversary. The beautiful snakeskin-detailed heels are not just vintage-inspired, they are a historical pair of shoes. Stuart’s father, Seymour Weitzman, patented the unique design in 1936.

Stuart Wietzman Heritage_PatentInteriorlowresdievca saw the heels in a magazine and trotted down to her local SW store to try them on.  Belissimo!

The shoes are a dream to wear and have been used with pants, dresses, skirts, and shorts.
Recently, they have been worn with a pair of black pull up tights (Falke), black silk robe (Kiki de Montparnasse) and rhinestone pasties to please Master.

Kiki de Montparnasse black amour collection silk charmeuse robe.

Kiki de Montparnasse silk robe.

Falke Black Stay Up Tights

Falke Black Stay Up Tights


Heritage is a true “go to” shoe. And if the design survived from 1936, dievca thinks that the shoes can carry her forward into the future.

6 Comments on “dievca’s “go to” shoe.”

  1. The shoe to carry you forward… too divine. How lucky dievca’s Master is xo


  2. These shoes are sumptuous ! I also love Kiki de Montparnasse’s divine silk robe ! XO


    • dievca says:

      Thank You about the shoes. I promise you that they are fantastic (and comfortable). I have bought inexpensive robes, but I finally learned that spending extra money on a beautiful robe does make a difference. As they say, “Money Well Spent”. Merci~


  3. […] ensemble will be unexpected under a black fit and flare dress with dievca’s Stuart Weitzman Heritage Pumps, Burgundy Cloche hat, Taupe Mohair Blend Cocoon Coat, Black Leather […]


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