Posted Sept. 25, 2007 -- Once upon a time, Mary Jane shoes were shoes for children. Today, Mary Janes are all grown up. Don’t be fooled by the innocent, rounded toes – Mary Jane shoes appeal to the girly-girl in all of us, no mater how old, or young she is.
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There’s nothing plain about these Janes. Often made of black patent leather, the shoe can be found in a wide array of colors and are also made of canvas or suede. So, stop wearing the same ol’ peep toes and try on a fresh pair of Mary Janes. They’re the next happening heel popping up at every shoe store this fall.
Put on a pair of these pretty, single or multi-strap pumps when you’re feeling like a naughty schoolgirl. They can be dressed up or down and are easy to get on and off. You can wear them with anything and at anytime. Almost any outfit looks complete with a pair of Mary Janes.
* Gray suede, Stuart Weitzman, $200; 415-591-0320.
* Teel satin, Exchange by Charles David, $90; zappos.com.
* Black patent leather, Worthington by JC Penney, $60; at JC Penney.