Friday, July 6, 2012

Knock Off Alert // Jeffrey Campbell Vicious

I'm sure all of you Jeffrey Campbell fans out there have seen the Vicious shoe and all it's gloriousness!

It's heel-less.
It's spiked.
It's neon pink.
It's basically a sin not to buy it. 

Unfortunately, not all of us can afford a $209.95 pair of shoes. Even if they are the greatest thing since Skinny Girl's Cosmopolitans.

Unless you are like me and save up for the perfect Jeffrey Campbell shoe, I found a knock-off!

I'm not sure about how most of you feel about knock-offs, but in case you really want this shoe and you don't care about brand name, I found a knock-off with a price that is way more reasonable!

Jeffrey Campbell Vicious - $209.95 - can be found here!



Darea Studded Inward Curve Wedges - £45.99 - can be found here!


How do all of my readers feel about knock-offs? Is this shoe blatantly knocking off Jeffrey Campbell? Or is it more of the new style of "in" shoe and this other company just liked the mix of neon pink and black with silver spikes/studs?

I'd really appreciate your input! :)



3 comments:

  1. Well, Darea's shoes are obviously a copy from Campbell's. They tried to do them as close to the original as possible, but keeping a low price. There's an evident quality difference between these shoes.
    However, Jeffrey Campbell always blatantly copies luxury designers such as ChloƩ, Louboutin or Zanotti. This is a great example of a Zanotti knock off with a slight influence of Louboutin. In the end, mainstream stores end up producing copies from copies.

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  2. That's really nice for a knock-off!

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  3. Since the first time I found your site, I still love coming back here and reading your posts! I have now created a new blog (used to be An Atelier of Glitter // MissInsouciance), so please have a look around - TheGlitterAtelier.blogspot.com!

    As for this post, I don't know how I feel about such a close copy of the original Campbell shoes. You have to appreciate that the designers (at Jeffrey Campbell, and other ones too) have worked really hard to come up with something original, so its really not fair for them not to receive any royalties or credits. I am studying footwear in LCF now, and I can understand how frustrating it is for someone to copy your designs! While it is inevitable for the high street to copy a designers for certain trends, I don't support direct copies from designers like this one!

    xx Michelle
    theglitteratelier.blogspot.com

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