LAMO (pronounced lah-moe) could very well be the answer to every woman’s shoe dilemma: stylish AND comfortable. I know, hard to believe, but LAMO has found the holy grail of footwear.
In their 2012 Spring/Summer collection, you’ll find sexy sandals, boots, slip-ons and moccasins finished in a breathable, summer-weight shearling and suede microfiber footbeds. Whether you’re looking for the perfect pair of shoes for the beach, a hot date or your next gala affair, LAMO has what you want and you won’t have to kick them off under the table for relief.
Like a little pizzazz on your feet? LAMO’s sheepskin boots will have you standing out from the crowd with attractive embellishments, such as fringe, detailing, grommets, and zippers. Take the Bel Air model for example. It comes in short and tall versions, both decorated with a trail of fabric flowers marked by a small rhinestone center.
If fringe is your fancy, you can choose from four styles: Fringe Benefit, Loaded, Himalaya, and Runyon. While Fringe Benefit offers a more classical LA hippie look, the other three offer fun, fresh takes on the trend.
Flipping for Flip-Flops
Living in Los Angeles, no shoe wardrope is complete without flip-flops, and LAMO certainly will have you flipping for their unique styles. Bubbly stands out with tough metal studs, Floral Flip adds flair with a girly suede ruffle, and Garden Party cuts a sophisticated silhouette with a linen panel. All three incorporate genuine summer-weight sheepskin for matching temperature balance, while the Floral Flip and Garden Party units are lined with the extremely welcoming sueded microfiber footbed.
When you want a more serious shoe than a flip-flop, check out Happy Hour and Uptied sandals from LAMO Signature. Happy Hour is cloaked in perforated lambskin leather with a rear zipper and a decorative chain, completed by a LAMO logo charm.
Moccasins are trending for Summer footwear this year and LAMO offers a span of styles. LAMO takes this classic and casts a modern eye on the cut like Footcandy. Footcandy moccasins are capped with a bow bearing a large rhinestone cluster set against velvety red or black suede; Marina Sting Ray is finished in embossed and printed leather, and Moca edges away from the traditional style with rows of studs across the instep and heel.
LAMO uses only the highest-quality Australian merino sheepskin for superior cushioning, a lusciously soft feel, critical temperature-balancing properties, and durability. It also resists bacteria naturally, all of which make it the perfect home for bare feet.
Who is LAMO?
LAMO was founded in 1995 by Joseph Li and can now be found in department stores and boutiques across the United States, as well as internationally in Canada, South America, and Australia. Headquarters remain in the Los Angeles area, so LAMO is fully immersed in the Southern California culture that inspires each collection. In the SoCal spirit, LAMO is also committed to preserving the environment. LAMO puts a priority on recycling and conscientious use of resources, and the company is dedicated to finding the best ways to increase the use of Earth-friendly production methods and materials. In addition, LAMO’s products are made in factories that uphold international labor standards.
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Written by Lanee Neil